Florida college gets record $20M donation for new Jewish and Holocaust studies

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WFLA) — Apple has agreed to pay a total of $113 million to 31 attorneys general across the country after being accused of throttling the performances of customers’ iPhones to make up for a battery issue.

Apple was accused of throttling their customers’ iPhone speeds in order to address unexpected battery shutdowns in some phones. After Apple allegedly discovered that battery issues were leading to unexpected shutdowns in iPhones, prosecutors claim the company reduced customers’ iPhone performance rather than disclose the battery issue.

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