One suitor is apparently more angered than the rest, as Hype Beast reports that one lawsuit is asking for $999 billion in a settlement.
It's possible that's just a coincidence, but others will take it as confirmation that the old conspiracy theory is true, and Appleslows down iPhones to force people to buy new phones.
"An analysis of China Province-level mobile phone export data this week reinforces our cautious opinion on Apple's iPhone cycle", analyst Aaron Rakers wrote in a note to clients Wednesday entitled "iPhone-Related China Data Analysis: Implying Limited / No Yr/Yr Growth Thus Far In 4Q17". An HTC spokesperson plainly said that "is not something we do", while a Motorola spokesperson said the following: "We do not throttle CPU performance based on older batteries".
The new message goes on to explain how rechargeable batteries age and how the battery's performance changes over its lifespan.
Boys charged with murder after sandbag from overpass kills man
Byrd's cousin, Shaveontae King, told The Toledo Blade that the 22-year-old was engaged to be married and had a 1-year-old son. Marquise Byrd, 22, died in a Toledo-area hospital following a critical injury sustained after he was struck by the sandbag.
Apple will issue an update to its operating system early next year to give users a better understanding of the health of their battery.
Apple also addressed customers' frustration over longer launch times for apps and other performance issues. Most of the phones suffering from slower performance were running on their original batteries. Apple's revenue for the quarter was up 12.2% compared to the same quarter last year. equities analysts anticipate that Apple Inc. will post 11.18 earnings per share for the current fiscal year.
Apple initially believed that slower performance was due to minor bugs and typical lags that come from upgrades, as some users had reported. Details will be provided soon on apple.com. We're proud that Apple products are known for their durability, and for holding their value longer than our competitors' devices.
At Apple, our customers' trust means everything to us.
The offer comes on the heels of a growing number of lawsuits filed against Apple in the wake of its admission of deliberately slowing down older iPhones to prevent unexpected shutdowns as batteries age. iPhone owners in Florida, California, Illinois, New York and New Jersey are seeking class-action status in suits with plaintiffs saying they bought new iPhones because of the slow downs. We will never stop working to earn and maintain it.
NYPD cops suspended over response to woman who later died
The toddler's cries ringing through the walls Wednesday morning concerned Tonie Wells' neighbors enough to call the police. Police have the husband of a young mother in Brooklyn in custody after she was found dead in her apartment building.
Satellite images show record Christmas snow over Great Lakes
Meanwhile, a wind chill advisory goes into effect at 10 p.m. for much of the Buckeye State and lasts through Wednesday morning. ABC News is forecasting a temperature of around 12 degrees with a wind chill of minus 4 when the calendar turns to 2018.
Salvation Army, United Blood Services Need Your Help
Donors who give blood next month will receive a $5 DD Card that can be used toward the purchase of any item. The mobile Canadian Blood Services clinic will be held from 3:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 28.
ISIS Claims Blasts in Kabul which Killed Dozens
Afghan president Ashraf Ghani has called the attack on a Shiite Muslim cultural center in Kabul a "crime against humanity". NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Reuters' Kabul bureau chief James Mackenzie for an update on the details of the attack.
Stand-up sued over women-only comedy night
George alleges he purchased two tickets to the comedian's November 13 show, titled "Girls Night In WIth Iliza - No Boys Allowed". George seeks an injunction preventing the defendants from practicing unequal treatment of consumers based on sex.
Donald Trump slams Vanity Fair over Clinton video apology
The publication apologized for the video, saying in a Wednesday statement that it was an attempt at humor that "missed the mark". For the president, the uproar provided an opportunity to take a dig at two of his favorite targets: Clinton and Vanity Fair .
Baby bent in half by father has died, Phoenix police say
Resendiz later admitted he pressed his son's legs over his head and bent his body in half until he was "limp", KPNX reported. An Arizona infant whose father is accused of bending him in half to silence his crying has died, azfamily.com reported .
Arctic high brings a cold end to the week
Yes, with the wind chill, it was minus 13 degrees in Rochester on Thursday morning or minus 9 at the Westchester County Airport. The temperature dropped below freezing late in the afternoon on Christmas Day and then only peaked in the 20s Tuesday.