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Apple defends new aftermarket battery warning in iOS as a way to protect users

[2019-08-14 17:24:54]

Last week, a report from iFixit detailed a new feature in iOS that alerts users if an iPhone battery can’t be verified as a genuine Apple part. In a new statement today, Apple defends that warning in iOS as a way to ensure device performance and safety. The post Apple defends new aftermarket battery warning in iOS as a way to protect users appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Apple defends new aftermarket battery warning in iOS as a way to protect users


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