The iPhone 8 and iPhone X are not affected by the BatteryGate -


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Thursday, 25 January 2018

The iPhone 8 and iPhone X are not affected by the BatteryGate

Tim Cook , CEO of Apple, mentioned a couple of days ago that future versions of iOS will offer new options in the Settings application that will allow users to check the battery status of their iPhone , as well as manage the slowdown of the operating system.

Soon after, the Cupertino company presented the first beta version of iOS 11.3 and, as expected, has arrived with the introduction of these functions for the battery . Although, it should be mentioned that Apple should have done it at first after slowing down the performance of their devices.

But the new announcement of iOS 11.3 by Apple includes very good news for users of iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X. Apparently, these terminals are NOT affected by the BatteryGate.

Apple confirms that their new iPhone have no performance problems

Below we will share Apple's words regarding the "Batteries and performance" section of your official announcement.

    "IOS 11.3 adds new features to show the health of the battery and recommend if a battery needs to be replaced. This can be found in Settings - Battery and is available for iPhone 6 and later models. "

On the other hand, interesting data about the performance of the operating system are also mentioned:

    "Additionally, users can see if the power management feature, which allows maximum performance to prevent unexpected blackouts introduced in iOS 10.2.1, is turned on and they can choose to turn it off. This feature is present in Settings - Battery and is available for iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. "

As you can see, the iPhone 8 and iPhone X are not included in this list because they are not affected by this performance problem. Although we do not sing victory, because the day will come when programmed obsolescence also reaches these fantastic new terminals . And what will Apple do then?

Source | BGR 

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