Pablo Escobar’s Brother Sues Apple for $2.6 Billion Citing Security Issue

Pablo Escobar’s Brother Sues Apple for $2.6 Billion Citing Security Issue
Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar’s brother Roberto Escobar is within the information once more. This time round, he has reportedly filed a $2.6 billion lawsuit in opposition to Apple for an alleged safety flaw on his iPhone X.

According to tabloid information web site TMZ, somebody apparently hacked Roberto Escobar’s iPhone through FaceTime and managed to acquire his tackle. As per the report, the notorious drug lord’s brother bought an iPhone X in April 2018. A yr later, he had allegedly acquired a threatening letter from an individual who goes by the identify ‘Diego’.

After this improvement, Escobar needed to relocate because of security issues and spent cash to tighten up safety. On prime of this, he claims to have gone by emotional misery because of this subject. He seems to have purchased the iPhone X simply because an Apple worker assured him that the safety received’t be compromised.

Apart from the lawsuit, Escobar has now launched a restricted version gold-plated 256GB variant of the iPhone 11 Pro. The handset goes on the market at $499. The normal advertising methods seen with the Escobar Fold 1 and Escobar Fold 2 are current right here as effectively. Escobar Inc. introduced the Escobar Fold 1 – a rebranded Royole FlexPai in 2019 and Escobar Fold 2 – a rebranded Galaxy Fold this February.

There additionally exists a web site named which redirects to Escobar’s new gold-plated iPhone. The web site will apparently showcase “proof exhibiting how the individuals of the world have been scammed by Apple Inc, shopping for crap for loopy costs.

In case Escobar wins this lawsuit, the report mentions that he would “donate it all” to iPhone customers.

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