வழக்கு 768 million lawsuit against Apple in the UK over late iPhones

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A British consumer watchdog on Thursday filed a lawsuit against technology company Apple Corps for 768 million (approximately 900 million euros). The company has admitted to deliberately slowing down older iPhones. The affair has already caused great damage to Apple.

Source: Belka

Ahead of a competitive appeals tribunal in London, the Consumer Watchdog accused Apple of reducing the performance of older iPhones with updates “to avoid the recall of old devices and costly repairs”. The lawsuit alleges that the lawsuit was settled out of court in the UK.

Apple apologized in December 2017, admitting that it deliberately slowed down to replace the aging battery of some of its iPhones and prevent devices from shutting down unexpectedly. The company denied any attempt to go into the planned obsolescence.

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Since then, the technology company has sued in several countries. In the United States, the company was ordered to pay $ 500 million (47 477 million) in damages to owners of older models. In France, Apple was fined மில்லியன் 25 million for failing to warn that updates could slow down older smartphones.

“We have never done and will never do anything to deliberately shorten the life of Apple products or ruin the user experience,” the manufacturer said in a statement to the French News Agency on Thursday to encourage customers to buy new products. AFP. “Our goal is to make the products our customers want, and to make iPhones as long as possible a big part of it.”

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