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Apple sued over new iPhone feature Wi-Fi Assist

Plaintiffs allege that Wi-Fi Assist, turned on by default, runs up a big data bill. Meanwhile, take a look inside Microsoft's flagship retail store in New York City.

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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Also in this tech-news roundup, take a look inside Microsoft's brand new flagship New York City store, which opens just as the Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 go on sale.

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Apple sued over new iPhone feature Wi-Fi Assist