It's not misleading, it has 32GB of memory, same as your computer has the amount of HD space it's advertised with, but not that much available, and photoshop can't use all the 8 GB of memory it's advertise with since windows has to use part of it.
He's just being typical American and suing because he can.
It's absolutely misleading. Just as 90% of any advertisement is in this day and age. "This car gets 34 miles/gallon! maybe
" "This Internet connection gives you up to
150mbps!". The difference here is, it's not even "32GB less operating system and apps
Even when you buy an empty hard drive they're advertised incorrectly. I'm not saying I have the answer to fix it, I'm simply saying it needs to be fixed. If there is an OS installed or apps installed on a device, maybe that amount should be deducted from the overall space. Even if it's in the small print, which as we usually find doesn't exist until something like this happens.
Regardless, I don't agree with it not being misleading. Especially for people who aren't tech savvy and don't
understand how hard drive space works/is calculated.
Edit: I do however agree, typical American