Apple Found Not Responsible in Fatal Car Crash Involving Distracted Driver Using FaceTime

23-Dec-2018

Back in 2014, iPhone user Garrett Wilhelm was using FaceTime on his iPhone 6 Plus while driving, causing him to crash into the back of another vehicle. 

The crash resulted in the death of five-year-old Moriah Modisette, and her father, James Modisette, launched a lawsuit in 2017 against Apple for not offering safety warnings or a feature that disables FaceTime while a person is driving.

You can read the outcome of the case here.


 

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