Date: November 3
Charges: San Diego resident Bianca Wofford filed a lawsuit against Apple seeking class-action status, alleging that the Cupertino, CA-based company of false advertising and unfair and deceptive business practices by encouraging iPhone 3G users to download iOS 4, which made "thousands of third generation iPhones 'useless' for their intended purposes."
Complex says: The case is still waiting to be approved for class-action status, but if it does get approved and is won, Apple will be forced to fork over a ton of cash to the millions of iPhone 3G users affected by the upgrade. When Apple introduced iOS 4.0, many customers complained of diminished performance and speed, forcing them to buy a new phone. Apple addressed the issue, saying that the next software update, iOS 4.1, would fix everything—but many claim it didn't.