The complaint was brought by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission in March and alleged that the computer giant violated the country's consumer law by misleadingly labeling its new iPad as 4G-capable -- the crux being that there aren't any 4G networks compatible with the device in Australia. The branding specifically said, "Wi-Fi + 4G."
After some back-and-forth and a whole slew of European countries piggy-backing on the commission's complaint, Apple conceded to re-branding the iPads as "Wi-Fi + Cellular." However, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission carried on with the court case.
According to 9to5Mac, the judge ruling over the case has not yet given final approval for the settlement.