A few days later, on September 24, Apple will release iOS 13.1, with which it will slow down last year's iPhone XR, XS and XS Max.
What does it mean
The company has been using this practice since 2016,but only in 2017 did users learn about this. It turns out that in order to save the life of the old battery and avoid sudden shutdowns of the smartphone, Apple secretly reduced the performance of some models.
Many are sure that in this way the company does notprolongs battery life, and forces users to buy new models. As a result, a scandal erupted, and Apple had to give the user the right to choose: slow down his smartphone or maintain performance to the detriment of the battery.
With the release of the trio of iPhone 11, the turn of last year's flagships came. Now on the iPhone XR, XS and XS Max, the gadget performance management option will appear.
Recall the new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro andiPhone 11 Pro Max has a power management system that controls both software and hardware components. This system allows you to slow down the degradation of the battery and maintain the performance of the device.