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AAPL Company Stories July 13

iPhone slowed down by throttling? Cash payouts coming in Batterygate lawsuit

Earlier this year, Apple agreed to pay out up to $500 million to settle a class action lawsuit in the United States over its decision to throttle iPhone performance when battery health declined. Now, a new website has been set up for affected iPhone owners to be able to submit a claim for payout.

AAPL Company Stories June 10

[Update: Castro removed] Apple removes Pocket Casts podcast player from App Store in China at government request

Update 6/11: Bloomberg now reports that the podcast player Castro has also been removed from the App Store. Pocket Casts is one of the most popular podcast apps available for iOS and other platforms, but its developers have faced a difficult situation with Apple and China. The company has reportedly removed the Pocket Casts application […]

AAPL Company Stories May 16

Apple’s $500 million iPhone throttling settlement receives preliminary approval

In March, Apple agreed to pay $500 million to settle a United States lawsuit over iPhone performance throttling. Now, the judge in that case has given the deal preliminary approval, with final approval slated to come later.

AAPL Company Stories May 5

Spotify CEO expects Apple to ‘open up’ to third-party apps, but still ‘many steps to go’

Spotify is optimistic that Apple will further open up its platforms to third-party apps, CEO Daniel Ek said in an interview with Bloomberg today. This comes after Spotify filed an antitrust complaint with the European Union last year.

AAPL Company Stories April 28

Apple to pay $18M to settle class action lawsuit claiming it broke FaceTime on older iPhones

Apple has officially inked a deal to settle a class action lawsuit in California that accused it of intentionally breaking FaceTime on older iPhone devices. According to Law360, Apple has reached an $18 million deal in the case.

AAPL Company Stories April 14

Florida court dismisses lawsuit alleging Apple intentionally ‘broke’ FaceTime on older iPhones

Apple has come across a small victory in Florida this week, with a federal court tossing out a lawsuit claiming the company intentionally broke FaceTime for users of older iPhone models. The lawsuit specifically alleged Apple broke FaceTime “to avoid costly transmitting services.”

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