A man from the UK is suing Apple for £5 million ($6.3 million) because he believes the company exposed his private messages with other women to his wife. This happened when he synced his iPhone with the family iMac. During the last few years of his marriage, a man named Richard (not his real name) had been communicating with workers using his personal iPhone. He thought he was deleting the messages from his phone, but he didn’t realize that Apple allows messages to be shared across different devices (iPhone, iPad, iMac) when using the same account. When his wife logged into the family account on the iMac, she found years of messages between Richard and multiple other women, who were actually workers. This discovery led to their divorce, with his wife receiving over $6.3 million. Richard blames Apple for the situation and is seeking compensation from the American company.