Apple has been sued by a lawyer in the US who claims that someone used a security flaw in his iPhone to remotely listen into a confidential conversation with his client.
Bloomberg reports that US attorney Larry Williams II is seeking punitive damages from Apple on claims of negligence, product liability, misrepresentation and warranty breach.
Mr Williams said in the complaint filed in Houston, Texas, that he believes he was eavesdropped on whilst taking testimony from a client during a deposition.
Apple disabled its group FaceTime call feature this week after it emerged that people could use a flaw in the software to remotely listen in to people through their iPhone microphones.
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