Is It Possible That Apple Slowed Down the iPhone 11, 12 After the IOS Update on Purpose? A case has been filed in court

Apple Slowed Down the iPhone 11: In the letter, OCU accuses Apple of deliberately slowing down iPhones through software upgrades. Its goal is to start a conversation with the firm about the problem before demanding compensation for the impacted customers.

Recent upgrades to Apple’s iPhone models are said to have slowed them down. Some older iPhones, as well as the most current iPhone 12, are among the iPhone models in concern.

Why Have Some iPhone Models Been Slower As A Result Of Updates?

The accusations were made by the Spanish Consumer Protection Organization against the Cupertino tech behemoth (OCU). According to the Spanish website iPhones, OCU has written a letter to Apple outlining the accusations.

The problem, according to OCU, is caused by iOS 14.5, 14.5.1, and 14.6 updates. The new iOS updates, according to the consumer rights organization, have harmed certain iPhones, resulting in a substantial drop in processing performance. The modifications have also resulted in the gadgets’ battery life being depleted faster than before.

The letter does not mention any specific consumer concerns, but it does include a list of vulnerable devices. iPhone devices from the past, such as the iPhone 8 and iPhone XS, are impacted. However, just like the iPhone 11, the most current flagship – the iPhone 12 – has been shown to have the issue.

(also see: Apple’s iPhone 13 Series Is Expected to Come in Two New Colors: Sunset Gold, Pearl)

Why is it possible that Apple may be sued by OCU?

Apple Slowed Down the iPhone 11: In the letter, OCU accuses Apple of deliberately slowing down iPhones through software upgrades. Its goal is to start a conversation with the firm about the problem before demanding compensation for the impacted customers.

If a mutual agreement cannot be reached, OCU may file a lawsuit against Apple. In its letter, OCU vowed to do the same, claiming that it was necessary to “protect consumer rights.”

Why is Apple being forced to pay such a hefty punishment in its European markets?

In 2017, the firm admitted to doing so for the first time, citing battery optimizations on older models as the cause. It was fined 25 million euros at the time for intentionally slowing down earlier iPhone devices.

If the latest charges are founded on the same pretext, Apple may be hit with yet another huge fine in Europe.

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