In March, Apple agreed to pay $ 500 million to settle a class action lawsuit accusing the company of intentionally slowing down older iPhone models. And the other day the court gave preliminary approval.
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At the next meeting, which was held online through Zoom, District Judge Edward J. Davila, having given preliminary approval, announced the need to extend the deadlines for approving compensation for the protracted coronavirus epidemic. Apple lawyers must offer a new date for dispute resolution hearings. They should be held in December.
If Apple's compensation for the settlement of the dispute is finally approved by the court, then this agreement will put an end to dozens of lawsuits against the iPhone manufacturer, which in May 2018 were combined into a single class action. Recall, users sued Apple after the company admitted that it deliberately slowed down the operation of devices with worn-out batteries in order to avoid a sudden shutdown at high loads.