Friday, 18 October 2019

Apple and Samsung fined for deliberately sabotaging their older handsets

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Wednesday 24 October 18

The ruling is thought to be the first of its kind in Europe, with both companies receiving the maximum fine possible under Italy's antitrust laws

Apple and Samsung have been found guilty of "dishonest commercial practices" by Italy's antitrust watchdog, receiving fines of €10 million and €5 million respectively. The pair were accused of deliberately slowing down older models of their flagship smartphones…

Apple and Samsung have been found guilty of "dishonest commercial practices" by Italy's antitrust watchdog, receiving fines of €10 million and €5 million respectively. The pair were accused of deliberately slowing down older models of their flagship smartphones…

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