Apple CEO Tim Cook came up with an explanation on iPhones that are slowing down. Cook said that with an iOS update, users would be able to enrich the iPhone’s performance.
Apple’s iPhones are slowing down and this issue is protecting the place on the agenda due to lawsuits and explanations. A feature that the company adds to iOS versions in order to prevent iPhone from closing down due to battery problems is slowing iPhone down.
There was general consensus among users that Apple slowed iPhone with every iOS update. This situation became clear with the admission from the company regarding the matter. Apple apologized to users and made serious discounts on battery replacement. However, users continue to react to this policy of the company.
People are getting angry at Apple
This reaction has turned into a mass action. Recently in South Korea, 370,000 people applied to the court for the slow iPhone. This has probably caused Apple to take more serious steps in the matter. Tim Cook, who has not commented on the subject so far, said they would come up with an iOS update that would prevent iPhones from slowing down in a statement to ABC News.
The update that Tim Cook mentions is about whether users’ iPhone performance will be lowered. The user will be able to use the device with full performance if they prefer. Cook said that iPhone owners would be able to get rid of the performance degradation they are bringing to prevent the iPhone from closing down one by one.
Cook indicated that the iPhone battery status of the update would also be shown. Apple has previously announced that the company will publish an iOS update to learn the iPhone battery health.
iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus were also included among the iPhones that slowed down depending on the battery condition with iOS 11.2. The update Tim Cook mentioned (probably iOS 11.3) will start testing from February. It will probably be released in March.