Apple to pay $25 each to iPhone users for slower performance

Apple will pay nearly $25 to affected iPhone users – mainly owners of iPhone 6, 7 and SE devices – as part of the $500 million class-action settlement in a case that involved slowing down older iPhones with a battery software update in 2017.

The preliminary proposed class-action settlement still requires approval by the US district judge Edward Davila in San Jose, California, reports Inc.com.

If you owned an iPhone that suffered from performance throttling — iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus, 7, 7Plus or SE, running iOS 10.2.1 prior to December 21, 2017 — you are entitled for the claim.

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