Apple's "underclocking" incident in recent days the attention gradually decreased, but when everyone think this thing is so over, and there are people who stand to put pressure on apple, but the sound is actually a United States senator, he told the Apple Corp CEO Tim Cook (Tim Cook) sent mail, ask for details of Apple's hardware policy.
The Wall Street Journal said today that the chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee, John Thune, had sent a letter to Cook, raising a number of questions about the "down door." He said now that "Apple's solution has attracted criticism from consumers, especially the decision not to provide free battery replacement." in addition, it asked Apple how to track. Resolve recent complaints and related complaints from users.
John Thorne also said, "are there some discounts and discounts that Apple should offer to these people when they find that their phones are slowing down and they replace their batteries at full price or even the new ones?" Finally John Thorn asked Apple to submit a reply to the questions in the letter by January 23rd US time.
In fact, before the United States government action, the French regulatory authorities have already taken action, according to the confirmation of the Paris prosecutor's Office spokesman, DGCCRF anti fraud agency is for French users for "Apple plans to scrap a complaint investigation, and the investigation will be large, it is unclear how long will continue.
Apple has been roasted on fire since last month's news of performance restrictions. Prior to the incident, opaque handling of "limited performance" was considered "planned scrapping." After the incident, Apple apologized, but the $29 (domestic 218 yuan) replacement fee was questioned for lack of sincerity. So far. There are already more than 30 class-action lawsuits in the United States, including lawyers like celebrities like Hagens Berman. He had won a book lawsuit with Apple, and the agent had secured Apple's $450 million settlement.