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Apple could owe you hundreds of pounds if you have an iPhone - here's how to find out
iPhone in 2017, you could be due a tidy cash sum from Apple soon.The tech giant is facing a major £768 million court case in the UK which claims it deliberately slowed down older iPhone models as new iOS updates were released.Consumer champion Justin Gutmann has filed a claim with the Competition Appeal Tribunal, claiming that Apple misled users by making them download software updates it said would improve iPhone performance, but actually slowed the devices down. Information about the feature which caused the issue, a 'power management tool', was allegedly hidden from download notes at the time of release in January 2017.Gutmann claims that there was no information provided at the time about the impact it would have on the device's performance.His claim also alleges that Apple introduced the tool to 'disguise' the fact that the new version of iOS was not optimised for older iPhone batteries, and the company opted for software updates rather than replacing batteries.Gutmann said: "Instead of doing the honourable and legal thing by their customers and offering a free replacement, repair service or compensation, Apple instead misled people by concealing a tool in software updates that slowed their devices by up to 58%."I'm launching this case so that millions of iPhone users across the UK will receive redress for the harm suffered by Apple's actions."Apple apologised in 2017 for its handling of the issue after users noticed issues with their phone's performance, and offered to replace batteries at a discount and give users the option to turn off the power tool.
Bloke makes miraculous recovery after breaking every bone in his face in horror fall
three storey balcony.Justin Starks, a 24-year-old software engineer, landed on his chin after a horrifying fall that miraculously left him with no brain damage or skull fractures.His fall left him with breaks to all 14 facial bones, including his nasal bones, palatine bones and mandible.The California resident, who is originally from Georgia, said doctors were "extremely shocked" at how much damage Starks had received, despite there being no fractures to his skull.Starks said: "While I do not remember the impact, I do know that I landed on my chin."I know that because my chin split open and reverberated throughout the rest of my face and broke literally every single bone in my face; my jaw on both sides, my nasal bone."The doctors were extremely shocked to see the damage to my face, but specifically, the fact I had no fractures to my skull at all."Justin had to endure two face-saving surgeries, with a third scheduled for later this year.Starks, who says he doesn't remember the fall or the pain endured in fracturing every bone in his face, began his road to recovery in December 2021.Doctors fused Starks' jaw together, which resulted in changing his eating habits to "broth and water" so that he didn't need to chew food ahead of his second surgery, a main round of reconstructive procedures.After the second surgery, the left side of Starks' face swelled up, which he says left him with some insecurities.He said: "I used to consider myself a pretty attractive guy and to go out and look in a mirror and see my face swollen and puffy and not what I wanted it to be."Starks added that once the third and final surgery is complete, he will be on his way to feeling "one hundred percent normal."For the latest breaking news and stories
Bloke stunned as energy firm tries to charge him £40k-a-day for electricity
GrimsbyLive reports that the energy giant later admitted that it was a software issue that had caused the problem but the smart meter has not yet corrected itself. Paul said: "EDF were looking at putting my direct debit up to £400 a month because of these faulty readings."I can see what I'm using myself by looking at the app so I knew something was wrong."This has been going on for a few months, but in that period I reset it countless times to try and fix the issue, but it kept coming up with the £40,000 figure."As a result, I've just thrown it in the cupboard and I rely on my own meter readings to keep on top of all my bills."However, Paul went on to state that EDF made matters worse when he phoned them, telling the publication: "Their attitude on the phone was a massive problem, they kept telling me the amount was right and that I must've used that much."At one point they told me a smart meter is never wrong, how the hell does one person use £40,000 worth of electricity in one day?"He added: "It was as if my meter was paying for the whole street, it was only because I kept talking to them that I got the problem sorted, otherwise it may have persisted.""It's been a nightmare with them and if I didn't notice things could have been much worse."Somebody who is a bit older or maybe buries their head in the sand when a bill comes through could have had a heart attack, or worse, killed themselves.
Russia’s war hawk 'went on Japan trip with mistress and escort famed for nude snaps'
Russia’s war hawk foreign minister Sergei Lavrov went on an official trip to Japan with his ‘mistress’ and an ‘escort’ famed for nude pictures, an exposé has revealed.Glamorous Ekaterina Lobanova was pictured alongside Vladimir Putin’s top diplomat after facial recognition software confirmed that Lobanova “and the person in the photo with Lavrov and Deripaska are one and the same person”.The ‘escort’ was partnering with sanctioned Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska, who is said to be a close contact of the 71-year-old Foreign Minister, the new investigation by The Insider and New Lines media outlets said.Her nickname on one adult site is ‘Lizzy Sex Relax’ where she had 183,000 ‘likes’.Lavrov's long-term mistress Svetlana Polyakova was also seen in the photo taken outside the restaurant in March 2018. Gennady Rovner, former owner of a strip-joint chain who is now chairman of the board of trustees of the Advanced Programs Foundation also attended.“The photo of Lavrov and Deripaska confirms the Navalny team’s investigation, which found that the Russian Foreign Minister and his mistress Svetlana Polyakova, along with her mother and daughter, have been flying on Deripaska's planes, sailing on his yachts and living in his homes since at least 2014,” stated the new report.“In particular, Lavrov's relatives have used the oligarch's planes to fly to Montenegro, Austria, Germany, Norway, and other countries.