If you have an iPhone running iOS 9, you may want to check to see if your data bill changed since upgrading.
A lawsuit is going after Apple for turning on Wi-Fi Assist by default in the latest software update. CNET Update explains the drama around the new iPhone feature, along with reported leaked images from Apple Music's upcoming Android app:
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Apple sued over new iPhone feature Wi-Fi Assist
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