Apple couldn’t charge it’s way out of it’s latest lawsuit and it’s admission of “protecting degrading batteries” has a 113 million dollar price tag attached to it.
The tech mecca has agreed to pay a second settlement to 34 states after it’s attorney’s sued the company for “hiding and throttling” battery performance and life to it’s iPhone customers according to The Verge. The action was said to have enabled Apple to increase it’s bottom lines by making customers shove out undue money for new phones. Apple has denied any wrong intentions but has agreed to make an atonement with this multi million dollar settlement. Is there really no lesson like a paid one?
BY: BEWITTY Staff