Gizmodo points out that Apple’s defense to the recent pulling of the deceptive iPhone ad in the UK prompted the following statement from everyone’s favorite company:
“No reasonable person in Plaintiff's position could have reasonably relied on or misunderstood Apple's statements as claims of fact.”
In other words, no reasonable person could possible misinterpret Apple’s claims as the truth.
Or, as Gizmodo says, “if you believe what Apple says in an Apple ad, you are not a reasonable person.”
Either way is correct. :)
Thanks, Mike M.