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Apple agrees to pay $ 113 million in iPhone battery case

In the case that allegedly victimized Apple’s consumers by deliberately slowing down old phone models. Apple reportedly agreed to pay $ 113 million.

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra said in a statement to shorten the life of Apple’s older iPhone models. He announced that an agreement reached in the case where accused of deliberately slowing down phones.

Attorney General Becerra stated that in accordance with the settlement reached in the case, Apple will pay $ 113 million.

It shared that Apple admits that the software update in 2017 reduced the performance of older iPhone models.

The company argued that the slowdowns made to “avoid unexpected shutdowns”. Experts claim that the company did this to encourage consumers to buy new models.

The company agreed to pay $ 500 million by settling on another lawsuit filed on a similar issue in March.

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