Apple Says May Offer Refunds to Australia Customers

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March 28 (Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. said it’s prepared to offer iPad refunds to Australian customers after the nation’s consumer commission accused the company of misleading people that the new tablet is compatible with local 4G networks. The company also plans to post a statement on its website and at stores to alert consumers that its iPad 3 isn’t compatible with Telstra Corp.’s 4G network, also known as long-term evolution, or LTE, Paul Anastassiou, a lawyer representing Apple, told a Federal Court in Melbourne today. Shraysi Tandon reports on Bloomberg Television's "Asia Edge" with Rishaad Salamat. (Source: Bloomberg)


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