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If you're a Apple user, you've probably noticed that your iPhonehas slowed down recently. This event was not random, but was the result of a somewhat radical decision on the part of Steve Jobs' company.
All this problem comes from the iPhone 6 and 6s, in which battery problems began to arise and Apple offered to change them free. Later, the number of those affected increased and Apple decided to update the software, this change caused to lower the performance of iPhones6 and 6s.
Apple lowered the performance of iPhones as an extreme measure
It is normal to see mobile devices lose power over the months and hours of use, but the strange thing comes when it is a high-endand a new model.
This weekend a conversation emerged on Reddit, through its threads, through which numerous users have become aware of the iPhone performance issue.
Flashback to 2016 and remember how many people complained about random freezes on their iPhones. The problem was revealed to the malfunction of the batteries and Apple itself offered a free replacement.
Little by little the number of people affected increased, so Apple decided to update the software to the version of iOS 10.2.1. As a result, the blocks stopped in 80% of iPhone 6s users and in 70% of iPhone 6 users.
From the very moment the update was released and the problems began to be eliminated, rumors arose that the software update itselfhad perhaps changed more things than announced.
That's right, the drop in performance was due to that update. When normally an iPhone 6 should dial 1471/2476 in performance test, it went on to dial: 839/1377.
The Reddit thread discussing these issues has reached 400 comments. Some point out that that software update was a patch to stop receiving requests for battery replacement.
Of course, if you have an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6s with performance issues, you should consider replace battery. From Apple they report that the useful life of their batteries at full capacity is 2 years.
If your iPhone is slow, you know it wasn't random, Apple helped made on purpose, and the best way to fix it is to replace the battery with a new one.
Do you have an iPhone 6? Do you know someone with performance issues on their iPhone?