iPhone throttling compensation claim made in UK, two years after US win

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A US iPhone throttling compensation claim was settled back in 2020, when Apple agreed to pay up to $500M for intentionally slowing older iPhones with degraded batteries to prevent them shutting down. Now a UK claim has been filed, seeking a total of $750M ($910M) damages for British owners of affected iPhones.

The complaint has been filed by Justin Gumann, a retired market researcher who has since turned consumer advocate …

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