Apple is facing questions from the US Senate over its practice of deliberately slowing down iPhones with older batteries, as the firm finds itself under pressure from both sides of the Atlantic.
Government scrutiny of Apple comes as customers are complaining about the company's battery-replacement plan.
Trader who took poison at BJP headquarter to protest demonetization, GST dies
Nilkani said that Pandey's transport business had an annual turnover of around Rs 1 crore for the past decade. Speaking to the media, Uniyal said, "The man said he consumed poison due to demonetisation and GST".
Thune is not the only one seeking to learn more about Apple's handling of battery-related performance issues in iPhones.
Marco Bisa of the Zurich police office said staff "responded well and correctly" by sprinkling quartz sand on the overheating battery to contain the smoke, then opening ventilation systems to release it.
Lenovo Miix 630 Windows tablet goes Snapdragon for looks and longevity
Memory is 4 GB or 8 GB depending on confirmation, while storage ranges from 64 GB, through 128 GB, and finally tops out at 256 GB. The company announced at a press event, the new Miix 630 which will be coming with Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor .
Do you agree that Apple should pay compensation to all affected users? Some also expressed concern that the strategy looked like planned obsolescence meant to drive users to replace aging devices with new iPhones. Previously the network was a rumor that if you suddenly found out that the phone was less than 500 cycles full charge, the battery replacement on favorable terms will be denied. The company has said that this was done to stop handsets with degraded batteries shutting down randomly. This is a real auction of unprecedented generosity for all iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus, SE, 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 and X Plus, as it allows not only to increase the battery life, but also to increase the speed of iOS.
"Apple's proposed solutions have prompted additional criticism from some customers, particularly its decision not to provide free replacement batteries", wrote Mr. Thune, who requested answers by January 23.
"Apple's proposed solutions have prompted additional criticism from some customers, particularly its decision not to provide free replacement batteries", Thune wrote.
Barely escaped abduction attempt, claims Pakistan journalist working for Indian media house
The Rawalpindi Islamabad Union of Journalists (RIJU) protested against the incident and demanded the arrest of the culprits. Pakistan has a long history of enforced disappearances, particularly in conflict zones near the border with Afghanistan.