iPhone owners will soon have the choice to slow down or not their device according to the state of the battery, said the CEO of Apple after the controversy born of revelations about the strategy of the US giant aging products.

The group is expected to propose an update in the coming weeks that will allow iPhone technology. what the status of their battery is and act accordingly, said Tim Cook in an interview with US television ABC on the night of Wednesday and Thursday, recalling that “any battery ages with time”. The group is expected to propose an update in the coming weeks that will allow iPhone users to see what the status of their battery is and act accordingly, said Tim Cook in an interview with US television ABC on the night of Wednesday and Thursday, recalling that “any battery ages with time.

“It is rational to offer this possibility” rather than offer a free battery change, “but everyone expects to have a new battery at some point.”

Apple, however, does not count on the high prices of his smartphone, Mr. Cook said that they are “at a level that is related to the value of the device. The US group, which markets each year a new model of its flagship phone, had revealed on December 21 that it voluntarily bridle the performance of the phone after a while in order to “extend the life” of it. The CEO of Apple also returned to the way the group has managed the communication around this problem, saying that “it is possible that we have not been clear. We apologize to all who thought there were other mobile technology motivations on our part.

“Batteries in poor condition run the risk of unwanted reboots,” said Tim Cook to justify the choice, ensuring that it was to improve the “customer experience.” Apple is the subject of several investigations into suspicions of “planned obsolescence”, particularly in the United States, France, and Russia, as a result of complaints filed by consumers and associations. A decision he made because of the use of lithium-ion batteries that have more difficulty responding to significant demands on the phone user as they age.

Apple is the subject of several investigations into suspicions of “planned obsolescence”, particularly in the United States, France, and Russia, as a result of complaints filed by consumers and associations. A decision he made because of the use of lithium-ion batteries that have more difficulty responding to significant demands on the phone user as they age.

The group confirmed rumors of possible slowdowns iPhone, recurrent for years in the specialized press and the many sites devoted to Apple. The group is expected to propose an update in the coming weeks that will allow iPhone users to see what the status of their battery is and act accordingly, said Tim Cook in an interview with US television ABC on the night of Wednesday and Thursday, recalling that “any battery ages with time.

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