Father suing Apple after child racks up high app charges
PHOENIXVILLE, Pa. (KABC) -- Apple is being sued by an angry father in Pennsylvania after his child racked up hundreds of dollars in app charges.
The father is the lead plaintiff in a class-action suit against the tech giant.
He says his 9-year-old daughter spent up to $200 in unauthorized charges while playing free iPhone games.
Apple has recently changed its policy to require a password for purchases. However, some contend that new safeguard isn't enough.
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