Apple has agreed with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission that it may have misled consumers about the latest iPad’s ability to work on the country’s 4G networks, reports the Wall Street Journal. The admission means the company could face a AUD2.25 million (US$1.9 million) penalty if the Melbourne federal court orders it. At launch, the WiFi + 4G version of the iPad only worked on the 700MHz and 2,100MHz LTE bands used in the US.
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