"Apple" slows down new phones .. Here's a way to avoid the "trick"

"Apple" slows down new phones .. Here's a way to avoid the "trick"

Like previous phones, Apple is slowing down iPhone, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus phones after launching a new update Tuesday on its operating system.
Apple left a hint on its support pages, saying it had begun to "manage performance" for iPhone X and iPhone 8, along with the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus phones, which had already slowed down earlier.

This week, Apple is updating iOS 12.1, which prevents older phones from working at the usual speed.

Apple says it is doing so to conserve battery life, especially those used in older phones, pointing out that it could turn off the phone suddenly if used frequently, according to the site "Sun" British.

This slowdown comes through Performance Management, which has been removed from iPhone 6 to the iPhone 7 Plus.

Users of the iPhone X and previous models can turn off Performance Management if they feel that their phones are operating slower than usual.

To do this, go to Settings, click Battery, and then choose Battery Health.

Select Peak Performance Capability and disable it by clicking Disable.

If this feature is disabled manually, you will not be able to restart it manually again, as it will turn itself on automatically if the phone turns off suddenly.