This was the case with the batterygate couple years back. Apple was caught slowing down customers' iPhones to preserve battery life without them knowing.
Cupertino's own conglomerate decided to release updates to allow users control the battery and power management, changed the options in further models, and even issued a battery replacement program that ended up being super popular.
However, this wasn't enough to satisfy everyone, and a class-action lawsuit continued to demand reparations for the issue.
Just this week the lawsuit has entered a new phase where customers can submit a claim to the settlement payment. A website has been created for those who have been wronged. You might be eligible for a settlement of $25 if:
You'll have until October 6 to file your claim or objection.
Apple is going to pay a minimum of $310 million and up to $500 million for the settlement, depending on the number of claims.
Written by: Matti Vähäkainu @ 14 Jul 2020 12:13