Apple fights £1.6bn UK court case over battery throttling

John Leonard
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Apple fights £1.6bn UK court case over battery throttling

In the latest 'Batterygate' case, Apple urges the Competition Appeal Tribunal to block a class action-style lawsuit seeking to compensate UK iPhone users for reduced performance

Apple is fighting to block a lawsuit concerning its battery throttling practices half a decade ago. The lawsuit, brought by consumer rights campaigner Justin Gutmann on behalf of iPhone owners in t...

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