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Italy Fining Apple 10M Euros for 'Dishonest Commercial Practices' Related to iPhone Throttling

Nearly one year after reports began circling about Apple’s throttling of older iPhones with degraded batteries, Italy’s antitrust authority is now fining Apple 10 million euros (about $11.5 million USD) for “planned obsolescence” of its smartphones (via The Korea Herald). The fine on Apple follows Italy’s investigation into iPhone battery slowdowns that began back in …

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Apple Pay Cash Likely to Launch in Europe Imminently

Apple Pay Cash, Apple’s mobile peer-to-peer payments service, could be available sooner rather than later in some European markets. French tech blog iPhon.fr reports today that an iPhone user in France discovered screens on his new Apple Watch and iPhone XS Max overnight inviting him to set up Apple Pay Cash using a credit card …

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Investigations into Apple's iPhone Battery Slowdowns Spread to Italy and South Korea

Italy and South Korea on Thursday joined a growing list of countries in which class-action lawsuits and government investigations into Apple’s iPhone battery slowdowns are underway. Italy’s antitrust body revealed it had opened a probe into allegations that Apple used iOS updates to slow older smartphones and push clients into buying new models (via Reuters). …

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EU countries aim to raise tech firms' taxes by targeting revenue

It's no secret that European countries want major tech firms to pay more taxes, but how will they go about that beyond collecting back taxes? By taxing the companies where they'll feel it the most, that's how. The finance ministers of France, Germany… Source: Engadget

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