Apple has agreed to pay Chilean consumers approximately US$3.4 million in a lawsuit over “planned obsolescence” of iPhones, reports Barron’s.  It’s the first such settlement in Latin America. However, similar lawsuits are underway in Belgium, Spain, Italy, and France.  Apple is accused of deliberately making some older iPhones run slooooow after operating system updates in […]

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