A new analysis of performance data has reignited the controversy over whether Apple intentionally holds back older iPhones.
The data suggests Apple reduces the speed of your processors in iPhones with old and worn batteries, driving them to slower.
Following user reports that older iPhones with ageing batteries performed worse as opposed to same smartphones with replacement batteries, founder of benchmarking firm Primate Labs John Poole collated data within the company’s Geekbench program that’s operate on a huge number of iPhones.
He found is a result of benchmark tests on the iPhone 6S running iOS 10.2 pooled around the expected performance peak showing what the iPhone 6S was perfect for with no hindrance.
But from the introduction of iOS 10.2.One in January 2017, the data showed five peaks