Over a year after the initial issue, Apple is still facing pushback over its decision to slow down older iPhones in conjunction with aging batteries. Today, a consumer watchdog group in the UK announced that Apple has agreed to notify customers if future iOS updates will affect an iPhone’s performance.

As noted by CNBC, the UK Competition and Markets Authority started investigating the issue in early 2018. This came after Apple admitted in December of 2017 that it throttled older iPhones in conjunction with battery age.

The UK government announced on its website today that Apple has formally agreed to better notify customers when an iOS update might affect iPhone performance

Källa: Apple reaches deal with UK gov over iPhone battery concerns – 9to5Mac