, the soap opera is not over yet.
THE Bloomberg just announced that both the Department of Justice from United States (U.S. Department of Justice, or DoJ) for Securities and Exchange Commission from United States (U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, or SEC) are going to investigate and want more explanation from Apple about iPhones that have become slower due to worn out batteries.
An American senator had already taken the lead, but now it has become more official. Other bodies in countries such as France, South Korea, Italy and Brazil itself have also taken over the company, not to mention several lawsuits filed by the company.
On the Ma side, the company has already apologized and provided clarification on what happened, reduced prices for replacing iPhones batteries and announced that iOS 11.3 will come with detailed information about the battery status and the possibility for users to disable this feature. which reduces their performance to avoid unexpected shutdowns.
But, it seems, it was still not enough.
Update Jan 31, 2018 at 09:30
Apple has already confirmed receipt of these questions:
Apple confirms it has gotten some government questions over handling of iPhone batteries We have received questions from some government agencies and we are responding to them, Apple said in a statement to @axios
– Ina Fried (@inafried) January 31, 2018
We have received inquiries from some government agencies and we are responding to them.
Something tells me that she will only repeat everything that has already been said. But it is part.