MacDailyNews Take: As has been proven with startling consistency for the world’s most valuable company with virtually unlimited resources at their disposal, Apple makes – and, even under Steve Jobs, made – plenty of mistakes. Apple doesn’t always know best (see your Apple TV Siri Remote).
Giving users some additional control won’t kill them – or Apple.
Apple should provide a toggle switch in Settings where users specify if they’d like to keep running at high processor speeds even if it means rapid shutdowns or if they’d like to run at lower processor speeds to accommodate an aging battery that requires replacement. — MacDailyNews, December 27, 2017
China consumer group seeks answers from Apple over batterygate – January 16, 2018
French prosecutor launches probe into Apple planned obsolescence – January 8, 2018
Apple’s design decisions and iPhone batteries – January 8, 2018
Why aging batteries don’t slow down Android phones like Apple iPhones – January 5, 2018
Apple’s $29 replacement batteries expected to hurt new iPhone sales – January 4, 2018
How to see if Apple’s throttling your iPhone – January 4, 2018
Brazilian agency requires Apple to inform consumers on batteries – January 3, 2018
An Apple conspiracy theory blooms – January 2, 2018
Source : http://macdailynews.com/2018/01/19/why-apples-upcoming-iphone-battery-update-is-a-bad-idea-or-something/495