As complaints about the new Apple iPhone 3G mount, an Alabama woman is suing Apple for what she describes as inconsistent service and false advertising.

The iPhone 3G was advertised as sporting "twice the speed for half the price" before its summer release - a claim Jessica Alena Smith has found to be misleading. In a U.S. District Court in Alabama Aug. 19, Smith filed a lawsuit claiming that her smartphone's "internet connection, receipt and sending of eMail, text messages, and other data transfers were slower than expected and advertised."

Smith claimed that her iPhone would alternate between the high-speed AT&T 3G


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