Seven years ago, a group of users from New York and New Jersey filed a lawsuit against Apple. The group claimed that the company intentionally crippled the iPhone 4S when it released iOS 9. At the time, iOS 9 was the latest version, adding many features, and the iPhone 4S was already an “aged” product.
Some users who have an iPhone 4S after updating to iOS 9 have complained that their device is no longer usable and can’t go back to the previous version, which has led to the aforementioned class action lawsuit. .
Apple recently agreed to settle a lawsuit that has lasted nearly seven years, from December 2015, agreeing to pay iPhone 4S owners who believe they are affected by iOS 9 $ 15 each out of a total of 20 million USD compensation.
A web page will be created for customers to submit a form, providing their name, email, iPhone 4S serial number (if applicable) and an address, which can be filled out by those who believe they are among those affected. List and wait.