France Smacks Apple With $27 Million Fine for Slowing Down iPhones

Back in 2017, Apple admitted to throttling older iPhones with new software updates. It sparked the ire of iPhone users everywhere and a number of lawsuits, leading Apple to offer discounted battery replacements. Today, the DGCCRF, France’s consumer watchdog group, has slapped Apple with a €25 million ($27.4 million) fine for failing to inform consumers that updating their software would lead to slower iPhones.

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SOURCE: Gizmodo