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Apple Will Release iOS 11.2.5 Next Week

Apple Will Release iOS 11.2.5 Next Week

As soon as we get some details on the exact release date of the iOS 11.2.5 software update, we will let you guys know. However, it said it would never do anything to intentionally shorten the life of any Apple product.

In December, Apple publicly admitted for the first time that the poor performance of older iPhones was done on goal after altering the operating system to throttle battery usage.

Cook said that Apple could have handled the situation better, apologized and tried to put to rest suspicions that Apple was slowing down older iPhone models in order to sell new ones.

However, the Apple CEO advised users not to do so, warning that it could result in unexpected restarts of their smartphones.

This news was revealed in an interview between Apple CEO Tim Cook and ABC News, during which Cook said that in addition to being able to disable the throttling, Apple will also for the first time provide stats and info about the current health of a user's iPhone battery.

The new iOS update will definitely slowdown the CPU performance on the device, but it will cause some unexpected shutdowns issue of the devices if you make use of this feature on the device. Apple's solution to avoid this issue is to slow the phone down.

A South Korean civil group initiated a criminal proceeding against Apple Headquarters and Apple Korea for purposely lowering performance of iPhones.

Apple confirmed to MacRumors on Thursday that it plans to release an update next week to fix the bug. This will certainly help those who actually want to replace their Phone's battery and not for those who are just taking the advantages from the company.

This battery throttling technique was activated one a number of new generation iPhones.

Older iPhone handsets had been slowed down by Apple so their batteries could cope with the latest software.

Apple previously said its software updates for the iPhone 6, iPhone 6S, iPhone SE and iPhone 7 are meant to "smooth out" peak power demands, avoid these unexpected shutdowns and extend the lifespan of batteries.

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