If iOS detects that Wi-Fi quality is too poor, it automatically switches to a cellular data connection. But this is money costing and the lawsuit mentions that the “overall amount in controversy” goes beyond $5 million. Commentators observed that Apple never even mentioned such a feature and only confirmed it in a later FAQ. The company it’s supposed to violate California’s Unfair Competition Law, its False Advertising Law, and also was accused of negligent misrepresentation. The option to shut off Wi-Fi Assist, which is possible on the settings, is missing on some older Apple devices, including the iPhone 4S, the iPad 2, and the first-generation iPad mini.