Latest News on Iphone Slowdown
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Feb 01, 2018
Apple to co-operate with US justice department's probe into the older iPhone slowdownsIn its latest statement, Apple reiterated its belief that it was acting in the best interest of its customers by extending the lives of their iPhones.
Jan 31, 2018
Wall Street prepares for weak earnings report from Apple amidst reports of poor iPhone X salesAnalysts have lowered their expectations for Apple’s second-quarter revenue guidance to as low as $60 billion from a previous average of $67 billion.
Jan 24, 2018
Apple announces that it will include iPhone battery status indicator in iOS 11.3 after slowdown rowApple in December said that software in its iPhone 6, 6s and SE models, deals with dangers from ageing batteries, could slow down the phone’s performance.
Jan 21, 2018
South Korean prosecutors start investigating in slowdown of older iPhone modelsCUCS has said the deliberate deterioration of older iPhone devices through software updates was a scam aimed at boosting sales of new models.
Jan 18, 2018
Apple CEO Tim Cook confirms that upcoming iOS update will give users the option to disable battery slowdownTim Cook stated that if the users don’t want the slow down then they can turn it off but Apple does not recommend turning the option off.
Jan 11, 2018
Apple iPhone slowing down fiasco now has 30 class action lawsuits filed against the company; 13 of them in California alone13 separate lawsuits have been filed against Apple in Northern California alone out of which eight are in San Jose.
Jan 03, 2018
Apple to replace all iPhone batteries for $29 even if they have passed the diagonostics testThe Diagnostic Test in question determines if a device can hold upto 80 percent of its orginal capacity after 500 complete charge cycles.
Dec 27, 2017
iPhone slowdown: Here are all the lawsuits that have been filed against Apple for not keeping users informed about itAll the lawsuits — filed in US District Courts in California, New York, and Illinois — seek class-action to represent potentially millions of iPhone owners nationwide.