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The Chileans who beat Apple and will receive a payment of US $ 3.4 million

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In 2017, the Californian company admitted that it created a function in the software of some of its iPhone models to “avoid blackouts.”

A class action lawsuit against Apple has paid off in Chile and paves the way for more such claims in the rest of Latin America.

The technology giant from Cupertino, United States, promised to pay US $ 3.4 million to Chilean users affected by the “planned obsolescence” of several of its iPhone models acquired between 2014 and 2017.

Specifically, some 150,000 iPhone 6, 6 Plus users, 6s, 6s Plus, 7, 7 Plus y SE in Chile they sued the company together.

They alleged that their cell phones began to underperform after the updates to software scheduled by Apple prior to December 21, 2017.

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