The lawsuit filed against Apple is not good for the image of a company that has been thriving in the markets in a significant way. Apple is facing accusations over a statement it made recently. It said that it was slowing down the aging iPhones, a matter that has not been received well by quite a large number of users.
A great percentage of them think that the Company defrauded them despite the great trust that they had placed on its service delivery. They think that the company made the wrong move by proceeding to slow the devices yet it had not given a warning in advance.
Reports indicate that almost eight lawsuits were filed in numerous federal law courts and this came into play a week earlier. The company had at that point unveiled a year-old software change. The lawsuits that were filed New York, the U.S. District Courts in California and Illinois targeted reaching out to a class-action to push for rights of a large number of the iPhone users in the whole nation.
An almost similar case was presented in an Israeli court and one notable thing at the moment is the fact that the issue has started attracting the attention of quite a significant number of people worldwide. A number of news reporters have made efforts to get in touch with Apple to get it to comment in relation to the matter. Apple declined to make any comments leaving behind much to be speculated over.
An official working with the company stated, “We acknowledge for the very first time in detail that operating system updates released since ‘last year’ for the iPhone 6, iPhone 6s, iPhone SE and iPhone 7 included a feature ‘to smooth out’ power supply from batteries that are cold, old or low on charge.”
The San Francisco court on Thursday presided over a case and it ended up terming the “the batteries’ inability to deal with the demand associated with the fast processor speeds a monumental defect. A large number of users believe the company was just being dishonest by proceeding to mask the defect of the batteries. It should have served users with replacements instead of trying to cover up matters.