Apple to Offer iPad Disclaimer, Refunds in Australia

Apple Inc.’s fight to retain the “4G” branding on its latest iPad tablet computer in Australia — a designation the country’s consumer watchdog says is misleading — will return to court in early May.

In the interim, the Cupertino, Calif., company agreed with the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) to clarify claims that the new iPad is compatible with 4G telecommunications networks, and to offer refunds to early purchasers who feel they were misled.

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