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Apple is squirreling away money to pay for lawsuits related to its iPhone ‘batterygate’ throttling scandal

"Apple believes that its iPhones were not defective," the company said in a recent filing.

If you own an iPhone 6 or later that isn’t holding its charge, now is the time to get your battery replaced

Apple offers an out-of-warranty battery replacement for iPhone 6 or later that costs just $29 — but only if you get it before December 31, 2018.

The newest iPhones aren’t affected by software that slows iPhones down when they get old

The iPhone 8 and iPhone X aren't affected by BatteryGate.

Apple responds to report that the US government is investigating the iPhone slowdown

Apple says it's aware of government agencies asking questions and is responding to them.
Tim Cook, Apple CEO at the annual Allen and Co. conference in Sun Valley, Idaho Resort July 11, 2013.

Apple’s software update that slowed down older iPhones is reportedly being investigated by the DOJ

The US Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Committee are investigating a software update that slowed down older iPhones, according to Bloomberg.

7 scandalous things tech companies like Facebook, Apple, and Amazon have done that sound made up — but are actually true

Tech companies have done a lot of questionable things over the years, from slowing down old batteries to collecting data on users' sex lives.

There are problems with Apple’s iPhone battery explanation — and the company might end up paying the price in court

Apple did not tell iPhone users about its controversial CPU-throttling "power management" feature for a month.
Apple CEO Tim Cook bows at the opening ceremony of the fourth World Internet Conference in Wuzhen

Tim Cook says Apple told users it was slowing their iPhones, but adds, ‘I don’t think a lot of people were paying attention’

Apple CEO Tim Cook says Apple told users it was slowing down iPhones with older batteries long before controversy arose over the practice.

Apple stores are slammed because of the $29 battery replacement offer — but not everyone needs a new battery

A parade of customers have swept through Apple retail stores following the controversy over old iPhone batteries and performance.