By now you've probably heard that Apple has intentionally slowed down iPhones, just as some conspiracy theorists have been saying for all those years. It’s true, and Apple admitted as much. But the company isn’t slowing down iPhones to convince you to switch to a newer model. Instead, it's to prevent unexpected shutdowns on older devices operating at peak power. Although yes, I will agree that some people may simply decide to upgrade their iPhones to a better model rather than deal with a slower device.
Before you upgrade your iPhone though, and before you join a class action suit against Apple, here’s what you should do if you notice your iPhone is slower than usual.
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Does your old iPhone feel slow? Here’s what to do before you sue Apple originally appeared on BGR.com on Thu, 28 Dec 2017 at 11:17:09 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.