Apple signed an agreement with the British Office for competition and markets (CMA) that will alert iPhone users about a possible slow down before installing the updates.
Apple has long been criticized for the way it applies to the older models of their smartphones. Two years ago the company recognized that it has added updates to the iOS system the option of reducing the maximum performance. Then Apple explained that the batteries in the phones over time deteriorate and need to be protected from overvoltage.
Now, finally, the company agreed to warn owners of older iPhone that their phone may begin to run slower. So users will be able to refuse firmware updates to keep the speed of the device.
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