Senator John Thune, the US Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee’s chairman, has fired off a round of questioning to Apple over its decision to slow older iPhones, according to a leaked document. The issue revolves around Apple’s confirmation that it slows older iPhones that have aging lithium-ion batteries, which experience a drop in peak voltage. Apple’s good reason for … Continue reading

iPhone slowing prompts Senator Thune to question Apple’s decision

Senator John Thune, the US Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee’s chairman, has fired off a round of questioning to Apple over its decision to slow older iPhones, according to a leaked document. The issue revolves around Apple’s confirmation that it slows older iPhones that have aging lithium-ion batteries, which experience a drop in peak voltage. Apple’s good reason for … Continue reading

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