London: The world’s leading technology company Apple has been fined for slowing down old iPhones. According to foreign news agency BBC, Apple fined EUR 25 million for France’s competition and fraud From a company that says Apple slowed down its old iPhones without telling consumers. British media say that in 2017, Apple confirmed that it did speed up some iPhones. But this device was intended to be extended but no suggestion was made for users to upgrade. Lithium-ion batteries on the devices were unable to provide the required current due to their duration, resulting in the iPhone being shut down unexpectedly compared to other phones. To update the 6S and iPhone SE, software was released that improved the battery performance of these phones. Apple says the issue has been resolved with the French watchdog. Watchdog said the deal requires Apple to put a month’s notice on its website in French but the company Did not tell the iPhone holders that installing iOS (10.2.1 and 11.2) could slow down their phones. Watchdog said that Apple company was guilty of fraud as a result of the deal. On which she was also willing to pay a fine.