Apple sold iPhones with defective batteries and didn't tell consumers

Apple is accused of selling iPhones with defective batteries and hiding this by secret software updates that caused performance problems.

The defective batteries weren't able to cope with the demands being placed on them – including delivering peak power and pushing automatic iOS updates to the phone. This increased the likelihood of unexpected shutdowns.

The claim alleges that instead of doing a battery recall, Apple secretly released iOS updates that contained a 'throttling' function to manage battery performance. This slowed down the performance of older iPhones to stop them shutting down without warning.

It is estimated that around 23.8 million people in the UK may be eligible for compensation. Are you one of them?

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