Man Sues Apple After Wife Discovers Deleted Messages With Sex worker

An English businessman is suing Apple after his wife discovered "deleted" messages he had sent to sex workers on their family iMac. These messages, which he believed were permanently erased from his iPhone, led to his wife filing for divorce. The man, who wishes to remain anonymous, had used iMessage to communicate with sex workers and thought he had deleted the evidence from his iPhone. However, due to device synchronization via the same Apple ID, the messages remained accessible on the iMac. He argued that Apple failed to inform users that deleting a message on one device does not remove it from all linked devices. He described the divorce-which cost him 5 million pounds-as "painful and raw," believing that a more rational discussion could have saved his marriage if the messages hadn't been discovered in such a harsh manner. He is now suing Apple for 5 million pounds and aims to turn his lawsuit into a class-action suit for others who might have faced similar situations. (Gear Tape)


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