Here's why Apple says it's slowing down your old iPhone
The company says the practice targets problems -- like unexpected shutdowns -- caused by aging batteries or cold conditions.
by Shara Tibken
December 21, 2017 8:40 AM PST
If you think your older iPhone seems to run more slowly, you're not crazy.
Apple on Wednesday said a software feature released last year makes your phone operate more slowly to offset problems with its aging lithium ion battery. As batteries get older, they don't hold their charges as well as newer batteries, and can have worse problems when the charge is low or the temperature is cold.
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