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Judge dismisses one iPhone power button lawsuit

A judge recently dismissed a lawsuit involving claims of a faulty power button on the iPhone 4 and 4S. Two iPhone owners were seeking a national class action lawsuit, alleging that Apple and AT&T conspired to hide evidence of a defective cable that caused power button issues. But U.S. District Judge Gary Feess ruled Apple was not obligated to disclose defects that occurred after the iPhone’s warranty expired. An almost identical lawsuit, filed by a Florida woman, is still ongoing. [via GigaOM]

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