A lawsuit has been filed in California by two Miami based consumers who stated that the latest operating system iOS 8 from the tech giant, Apple, uses much of the flash storage on the device as compared to the storage advertised by Apple.
This lawsuit was filed in Cupertino on behalf of Paul Orshan and Christopher Endara who had bought iPhones and iPads having 16GB storage as advertised. But initially the said storage was less than the actual 16GB and after the update from iOS 7 to iOS 8, the storage further reduced.
Following is a list of table that depicts that how much storage is reduced for different Apple devices in terms of percentage.
Reasonable consumers do not expect this marked discrepancy between the advertised level of capacity and the available capacity of the devices, as the operating system and other storage space unavailable to consumers occupies an extraordinary percentage of their devices’ limited storage capacity.
Apple has remained quite over the issue for time being and is not opting to comment on the situation.