Apple fined in Italy for €900,000

Apple have been fined by the Italian anti trust authority for  €900,000 (US$1.2 million) for not giving its customers enough information about the guarantees. After receiving several campaigns from users the Italian governing body The Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato  started an inquired against apple inc, and after finding apple guilty for not supplying its users enough information on guarantees they were find for  €900,000.

The Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato said in a statement that

“Apple Sales International, Apple Italia Srl and Apple Retail Italia share the fine, which is split into two parts: €400,000 for not providing consumers with enough information about guarantees afforded by the Italian Consumer Code and another €500,000 for giving users misleading information in order to sell more AppleCare packages.”

Apple sales international have to tackle the largest amount and pay €540,000 while Apple Italia Sri Apple Italia Retail have to pay €180,000 each.

The Italian anti trust authority have give Apple 60 days to appeal against the fine.