In fact, ” 23.1% of the advertised storage capacity of the Devices will be consumed by iOS 8 and unavailable for consumers when consumers purchase Devices that have iOS 8 installed” is revealed in the lawsuit. This occurred because the iOS 8 download requires almost 6 GB of storage. The legal complaint is based on the California’s unfair competition law, California’s false advertising law and on the California’s consumer legal remedies act. Jury trial was demanded. ” In reality, nothing close to the advertised capacity of the Devices is available to end users. Indeed, the discrepancy between advertised and available capacity is substantial and beyond any possible reasonable expectation”, the lawsuit says. The fact that “Apple does not enable users who have upgraded to iOS 8 to revert back to iOS 7 or another operating system” is also criticized.