Bloomberg is reporting today that Apple has been sued over a possible overheating issue. It says that the complaint revolves around claims that the iPad overheats and doesn’t work properly in hot conditions. The complaint was filed on July 23rd in federal court in Oakland, California, and seeks unspecified damages and class action, or group, status, according to Bloomberg. The complaint argues that the iPad “does not live up to the reasonable consumer’s expectations created by Apple” due to the fact that, according to the complaint, it “overheats so quickly under common weather conditions.” The complaint further alleges that the iPad turns itself off after just a few minutes of use in direct sunlight. The case is Baltazar v. Apple Inc., 10-03231, U.S. District Court, Northern District of California (Oakland).
Apple has yet to comment on the matter as of today, which will be of no surprise to anyone!