What about that? :(
Nicolas de Palma, 19 Nov 2020This is sad. Apple did this to enhance user experience, with a bad battery, the iphone start t... moreI really wish to come there and slap your face for making such a stupid comment even after apple's scam has been exposed!!
Shame on you
It's for US country only so nothing to munch about it.
Anonymous, 19 Nov 2020What about samsung and their batterygate too?I using Samsung S7 over 4 years, no battery issues or lag
Android--Master, 20 Nov 2020No need to install custom ROM. Plenty of phones barring the popular ones don't have cust... moreAnd the icing on the cake phone manufacturers don't allow down grading to previous stable versions how convenient no wonder I check xda to see if there is support for custom ROMs for the phone I am buying Havoc LineageOS evolution x pixel experience with no bloatware to throttle phone performance
Anonymous, 19 Nov 2020What about samsung and their batterygate too?Samsung weren't the ones who were ordered to pay 500 million dollars which came down to 113 million.
nanagdad, 20 Nov 2020And the sad truth you can't install a custom ROM which does not reduce performance like i... moreNo need to install custom ROM.
Plenty of phones barring the popular ones don't have custom ROM support, but they do have root. That Root can remove unnecessary bloatware and system apps, along with greenify will make your phone super fast.
Still waiting for my money, lol crazy to see how many devices I have purchased from apple during that time frame.
Ali Othman, 19 Nov 2020Apple fans: ios is good for 6 years updates. updates: reduce performance. Apple fans: surpr... moreAnd the sad truth you can't install a custom ROM which does not reduce performance like in Android. Many oems do this to ensure sales especially Samsung Xiaomi but at least you can escape this by installing a custom ROM like LineageOS with Android phones. That's the reason why I can't buy hauwei vivo oppo exynos mediatek Xiaomi who don't allow unlocking bootloader to install or make it difficult to unlock. I think I will just stick with oneplus 😀
Anonymous, 19 Nov 2020What about other countries? What about samsung and their batterygate too?
and this is why I will never waste money buying a new iphone or any mobile...I would rather support a private seller for any mobile tech I buy, and buy used.
Throttlegate was silently implemented not only for battery care but also to cover up for faulty batches of iphone 6 series batteries. Reddit found out so Apple said sorry. Well, only sorry lol.
IpsDisplay, 19 Nov 2020I am truly impressed
You feel sympathy for a company that forced on a change on the consume... moreThe number of people defending a cheap tactic by a large corporation for which the aforementioned company has to pay a hefty fine is sickening.
Anonymous, 19 Nov 2020read lawyers Lawyers obviously lie to protect their company.
Apple's PR campaign was in full swing to convince users that batterygate was nothing to worry about.
They were clearly ordered to make a webpage to create further transparency with users.
"Apple also has to create a website that will make it explicitly clear if an iOS update will affect the phone’s battery and performance".
Anonymous, 19 Nov 2020dont know whos right and whos wrong what do know is though few lowers will get rich read lawyers
dont know whos right and whos wrong what do know is though few lowers will get rich
Nicolas de Palma, 19 Nov 2020This is sad. Apple did this to enhance user experience, with a bad battery, the iphone start t... moreI am truly impressed
You feel sympathy for a company that forced on a change on the consumers without their knowledge /consent
You are the greatest human being I've ever encountered
For a multi trillion company like Apple a 113 millions is like 113 1 eurocents in other words is nothing.
They should fine them with a fine 100 times higher.
There should be an intensive investigation pertaining to whether this problem is specific to a specific line of iPhones only or every iPhone that is manufactured these days, since throttling seems to be a common problem in all iPhones