Apple Inc. and dozens of class members, including one represented by class action critic Ted Frank, have objected to an attorney fee request of $87.7 million in the iPhone throttling settlement.

Calling the fee request a “windfall” that is “untethered to the results achieved in this case,” Apple’s attorneys insisted that such an award would take $23 from each class member, whose payments are likely to come from the settlement’s minimum value of $310 million, rather than a maximum of $500 million.

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