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Apple reaches $133 million settlement over claims it slowed iPhones

CBS News Thursday, 19 November 2020 ()
"Apple withheld information about their batteries that slowed down iPhone performance, all while passing it off as an update," California's attorney general said in a statement.
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According to Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, Apple will pay a $3 million settlement as a result of a lawsuit alleging the company intentionally slowed the speed of iPhones.

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