Another day, another lawsuit. California resident Donald LeBuhn has filed a class action lawsuit in L.A. County against Apple, claiming the company knows about a design flaw in the iPhone 4 and refuses to warn consumers that “normal” use leads essentially to a broken phone, reports “LA Weekly” (

According to his lawsuit, first reported by the Courthouse News Service (, LeBuhn bought an iPhone that broke when his daughter accidentally dropped it approximately three feet to the ground while sending a text message. LeBuh previously owned a 3GS version of the iPhone and claims the glass didn’t break when accidentally dropped from similar heights.

LeBuhn wants Apple to refund the purchase price of the iPhone 4 to all similarly situated class members. He also wants the company to reimburse customers for any repair fees they’ve paid, and to further compensate customers for their “overpayment” in purchasing a defective product.