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Italy Fines Apple $11.4 Million Over iPhone Battery Slowdown Controversy

Italian antitrust watchdog fined Apple to a fine of 10 million euros in its share of controversy and iPhone. Nokia is also looked foolish 5 million euros ($ 5.7 million) for releases of software updates designed to stop its artificial cell phones.

Make use of, the heavier penalty was imposed by the decree of the lake was separated from him, more than others, which he unrolled in 5 million euros had chanced to obtain the support of customers to provide additional data in the clear in the case of chocolate and replacement of batteries. The fact that the dog antitrust Apple and Motorola and firmware updates

"I made a serious malfunctions performance significantly reduced, thus speeding up the process later."

He also noted that the lack of communication with the impact of the software itself, and how it could restore & # 39; the original functionality of the products. "

iPhone stranglingEarlier this year, admitted to the slowness of the Apple iOS update older with an iPhone. However, she had the Litio-ion pregnant preserving life, not to allow the preservative performance between charges.

The theory is beautiful, but people were upset that it happened without their express permission. In this kind of Apple has been the victim of several actions around the world.

The company has tried to remedy the situation by reducing the cost of the iPhone battery replacements warranty, the warranty to 29 USD. After this, it is also it was permitted on the iPhone is the end of the users to disable the feature.

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