When we come to the end of 2020, Apple’s old model iPhones, appeared to be unnecessarily slowing down. The reason why we said it was unnecessary was that this slowness occurred suddenly and without any significant updates. This situation, seen in models such as the iPhone 6, gradually grew in the community, and when it was finally revealed that Apple was deliberately slowing down the phones, the company got sued.
While it may be easier said than done, Apple has been involved in multiple lawsuits. 500 millionreceived fines of $113 million and $25 million. Additionally, it was decided to make payments to users. Now it’s Apple started making payments.
Payments will be made this month.
Although the payout amount varies, MacRumors readers Ken Strand and Michael Burkhardt say per request $92.17 got it. Of course, it should be noted that not everyone will receive this payment. Speaking of everyone, unfortunately payments are limited to US customers only. But even if you are a US citizen It is very difficult to get paid.
Because in order to receive payment in the first place, you must have requested this in 2020. Apart from that, which iPhone you used at that time and even on that iPhone? which iOS version is installed It even affects your eligibility to pay.
Before December 21, 2017, in at least iOS 10.2.1 Users of iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus and SE, or iPhone 7 or 7 Plus users with iOS 11.2 or higher installed before December 21, 2017, can participate in the issue, provided that they submit their requests.
From here on, we saw that Apple took more transparent steps on the battery and performance accuracy side.