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Apple Faced Lawsuit For Slow iPhones

As the iPhones age, older models get slowed down which caused big trouble for the firm as it had to go through two class action lawsuits.

To defend itself, Apple has given the reason of prolonging the life span of devises at the same time to maximize diminishing battery power.

A group of people using iPhones from Chicago and California have files the lawsuits. They have also claimed to suffer from economic damage.

In the California court papers, Stefan Boganovich and Dakota Speas, who both live in LA, cite loss of use, loss of value and the purchase of new batteries as reasons for compensation, claiming that iPhone owners never consented to the interference.

Note that Apple did admit its older iPhones slowing down.

James Vlahakis, of the Sulaiman Law Group is representing the plaintiffs in the Chicago legal action.

In a statement he said, “Apple’s failure to inform consumers these updates would wreak havoc on the phone’s performance is being deemed purposeful, and if proven, constitutes the unlawful and decisive withholding of material information”.

Mr. Vlahakis added that in his view it would be a “direct violation” of consumer fraud-related legislation in Illinois, Indiana and North Carolina, where the complainants are based.

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