A lawyer from Houston has sued Apple for the recently released FaceTime error, which allows third parties to hear FaceTime calls via an iPhone microphone.
In a lawsuit filed Monday night with the Harris County District Court, Larry Williams claimed the company was negligent in using the microphone in this manner.
"The plaintiff was in a private deposit with a client when it was broken Product infringement allowed the recording of a private deposit," he wrote.
"The product was used for its intended purposes because the plaintiff had updated his phone for face-timing calls within the group, but had not intercepted it unsolicited." The plaintiff was injured. "1
The case was first reported on Tuesday by Courthouse News.
Apple is expected to release a bug fix this week.