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Apple had to slow down the old iPhone

In 2017, the US tech company Apple slowed down the old iPhone through an update. The company was sued in the US and the company will now pay a fine of $ 113 million (about Rs 8.3 billion) for its settlement.

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  • Last Updated:November 19, 2020, 12:25 PM IST

In 2017, the US tech company Apple slowed down the old iPhone through an update. For which the company went on trial and now Apple will have to pay a fine of 113 million dollars (about 8.3 billion rupees) for its settlement. Apple has announced that Batterygate will pay a fine of 113 million dollars (about 8.3 billion rupees) for settlement of the case. Approximately 34 US states were investigating Apple. Let me tell you that even before this, the company has given a penalty of 500 million dollars in this case. In this way, Apple has to pay a total of 613 million dollars, or about 45.54 billion rupees.

Know what is the Batterygate case
In 2017, Apple released such an update, due to which the company’s old iPhones were slowed down and the company had not informed the users in advance. After this update of Apple, the old iPhone got slowed down. When people complained about this, the company said in its cleaning that the phone should not be disturbed and the phone should not be closed due to the battery, so the company has done so.

34 states begin investigation against Apple This plea of ​​the company did not appeal to the people and about 34 states of America decided to start an investigation against Apple and go to court. States said that Apple is forcing people to buy new and expensive iPhones. The old phone is slowed down through updates so that people can buy new and expensive iPhone models of the company.

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Apple refuses to accept mistake
The US court asked Apple to pay $ 25 to all US customers who were affected by this update. IPhone 6, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone SE were affected by this update. Apple may have agreed to pay the fine, but the company refused to believe that they had made a mistake. The company also agreed that the old iPhones were slowed down through the update, but also said that this was done so that the battery could be kept safe and the phone could be saved from unwanted shutdowns.

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