Apple as of late affirmed its big mystery: iOS is the reason iPhones are slow.
They admitted that the program that enabled iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S to throttled was brought in iOS 10.2.1. They later stated that an iPhone 7 was added to this list through iOS 11.2.
What does this mean for Apple?
This might lead Apple to lose millions of clients from the moment they realize that they can revive their current phone by changing the battery.This comes with Apple’s ‘request deal’ to lessen the cost of battery substitutions from $79 to $29.
According to a certain statement, roughly 77% of all iPhones, 518 million, to be exact, will be qualified for Apple’s battery promotion, phones among the iPhone 6, iPhone 6S and iPhone 7.
Also, 30% of the people who swap their iPhone battery are anticipated to cross out their update deals for 2018, thing that costs Apple about $10 Billions and 16 Million iPhone purchases.
What’s going to happen now?
The important question is what is going to happen after clients find out that they can “revive” their phones just by changing the battery? It’s a low cost to pay if we were, to be honest. And Apple is not the one to remediate the situation, either, since their phones prices start from $999 and people are living in a world full of constant redesigns.
At the point when clients comprehend that the product intended to monitor and throttle will make an appearance only a year after the official release, it is probably going to take the sparkle off the new smartphone.
Does it have other problems, too?
After all, the only problem isn’t just the slowness of the Phone, but, as shown in an official list from Apple, there are problems with the display, which is dimmed, the volume speaker which is reduced, and the camera flash which gets disabled