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Old 4th March 2020, 07:47   #1
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Default Apple makes slow iPhone throttling case go away

Costs $500 million

Fruity cargo cult Apple mysteriously settled in a case where it stood accused of throttling older iPhones to force customers to buy newer models or batteries.

Apple always denied slowing down older iPhones and attributed the problems mainly to temperature changes, high usage and other issues, and said its engineers worked quickly and successfully to address them.

https://fudzilla.com/news/mobile/504...g-case-go-away
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