Apple will throttle last year's iPhones after all

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    Despite apologies, updates, and a $5.7 million fine in Italy, Apple's Batterygate woes refuse to go away. The tech giant previously told Congress there was no need to throttle last year's iPhones to preserve battery due to their advanced hardware, but it's now changed tack. With the release of iOS 12.1, the controversial feature is finding its way on to the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and iPhone X after all.
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