Apple Hit by Lawsuits Over ‘Feature’ That Slowed Down iPhones With Older Batteries

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Apple on Wednesday had “acknowledged” that it was indeed throttling iPhone performance to preserve battery life. Following its admission, a class action lawsuit has been filed against the Cupertino giant in Los Angeles, accusing it of causing users to suffer, and hurting the value of older Apple devices. Separately, five users have filed a federal lawsuit in Chicago to the same end.

Stefan Bogdanovich, from Los Angeles, filed this first class action lawsuit, reports TMZ. According to the report, Bogdanovich claims that Apple’s tactic to slow down performance has caused losses to iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus users. The plaintiff, in his argument, mentions that the decision taken by Apple was “never requested or agreed upon.

This article was sourced from Gadgets360

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