October 26, 2020
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As their Battery life Apple is getting worse in old model with the passage of time

As their Battery life Apple is getting worse in old model with the passage of time

Apple always try to sell maximum number of new iPhone models, as per strategy Apple try to choke old iPhone users by making its old model obsolete. Of course, Apple asserts that’s not the case and it offered a statement regarding why older iPhones may begin to struggle.
On December 21, Apple clarified that battery performance of old iPhones getting down with the passage of time. Some users were in dismay. So much, in fact, a lawsuit has been filed against the company in Los Angeles.
“Defendant breached the implied contracts it made with Plaintiffs and Class Members by purposefully slowing down older iPhone models when new models come out and by failing to properly disclose that at the time the parties entered into an agreement,” said a lawsuit filed by Wilshire Law Firm on behalf of Stefan Bogdanovich and Dakota Speas.
The pair are seeking both California and nationwide class action status for their suit, according to a report of TMZ. Recent throttling accusations first appeared last week, when a Redditor shared Geekbench results take right before and right after the battery in an iPhone 6S was replaced.
According to the Redditor, who goes by the name TeckFire, the iPhone performed as much as 20 percent better after the battery replacement. After the Reddit post, John Poole, who founded Primate Labs, offered a more visualized look at the link between battery health and iPhone performance.
Benchmarking tests were performed on iOS 10.2.0 and 10.2.1, and show some pretty serious differences in performance. Apple introduced an update in iOS 10.2.1 aimed at fixing an issue where some iPhone 6S models shut down, thanks to uneven power delivery from older batteries in the iPhones.
That power management feature is what was causing the performance dips on some iPhone models. Apple provided some valid and scientific reasons for the poor battery performance with the passage of time. “Lithium-ion batteries become less capable of supplying peak current demands when in cold conditions, have a low battery charge, or as they age over time, which can result in the device unexpectedly shutting down to protect its electronic components,” Apple said in a statement of TechCrunch.

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