Apple will pay $113m to settle the latest case alleging the the trillion dollar company tricked customers by deliberately slowing down previous model iPhones to help extend the battery life.
The case was brought by more than 30 states against Apple as they acknowledged a software update released in 2017 slowed down the performance of older phone. This is base on a previous case forcing Apple to pay up to $500 million to settle a class-action lawsuit in the state of California.
According to this settlement, Apple will pay a handful of states, including Ohio ($4.3 million), Indiana ($4.89 million), and the state of Kentucky a ($1.67 million).
Apple apologized for slowing down the phones and agreed to replace batteries at a discounted price. That being said, the company has never accepted that there was any wrongdoing.