Apple Leak Reveals Changes in iPhone X Design

Apple Leak Reveals Changes in iPhone X Design

The major mobile giant has cut down prices for replacing the batteries and also aims at changing its software to make users aware if their phone battery is good or not.

The fallout over Apple's throttling of older iPhones is continuing as Republican lawmakers sent a letter on Friday to the tech giant demanding answers to more than a dozen questions.

As per a post made on its website on Thursday, Apple expressed its apology over the overall handling of the battery issue and admitted that it would soon make many changes for the customers so that they can understand their loyalty and simultaneously regain everyone's trust whosoever may have doubted Apple's intentions.

Cook also commented on Apple's announcement that it plans to hire 20,000 new workers and open a second campus, saying that only some of its new investments are due to the tax law passed last month. "When we did put it out, we did say what it was, but I don't think a lot of people were paying attention". "And maybe we should have been clearer, as well".

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Apple acknowledged to the fact that it does deliberately slow down some models of the iPhone as they age. The acknowledgement has drawn public criticism and even scrutiny from public officials.

Eight lawsuits have been filed against the company in the US, over this matter.

After the company's announcement, the outrage from customers and lawmakers grew - with some critics charging that the company was purposely making its popular smartphones become too slow just as newer models were being released.

Apple began offering $29 battery replacements in early January. Still, he said, Apple wanted to "deeply apologize" if anyone thought that was the case. Let us know below.

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