Arizona is launching a multi-state iPhone throttling probe to investigate if Apple’s iPhone throttling violated deceptive trade practice laws.
AT&T will pay the Federal Trade Commission US$60 million for throttling unlimited plans without making it clear that would happen.
Apple faces another class action lawsuit over the iPhone throttling fiasco starting in January 17 filed on behalf of 18 people.
Carriers oppose a recently passed bill that would stop them from throttling the data of public safety—like firefighters—during emergencies.
Verizon doesn’t want you to remember when it throttled the cellular data of first responders during the California wildfires.
John Martellaro and Dave Hamilton join host Kelly Guimont to talk about MacTech Conference, Apple throttling iOS devices, and Dave gets new vocabulary.
Dave Hamilton and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to look at Apple’s ongoing problems with the 2018 Touch Bar MacBook Pro, and Pandora’s plan to improve podcast discoverability. John also inspires Jeff to coin the term “hackindog.”
Apple addressed Core i9 MacBook Pro throttling issues head on with a software update on Tuesday and early tests show the issue really is fixed.
Kelly Guimont and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to look at a report saying the Core i9 MacBook Pro is hobbled by thermal throttling, plus John explains how to better predict when Apple is about to release new Macs.
Apple’s new top of the line Touch Bar MacBook Pro with an i9 processor upgrade looks blazing fast on paper, but may not be in real world use.
So far, it’s hard to tell how accurate Wehe is. But for now Apple has given the final word on the matter, saying no.
What battery engineers view to be a healthy battery is different than what your average, everyday consumer thinks is normal.
Bryan Chaffin and Dave Hamilton join Jeff Gamet to shed some light on Apple’s supposed iPhone throttling, plus they talk about how ARKit is helping apps like Pokémon GO.