Apple replaced 11 million batteries, Netflix hiking prices
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Apple replaced 11 million iPhone batteries under it's replacement program.
Which has had an effect on overall sales in 2018.
11 million batteries were replaced as opposed to the normal 1 to 2 million on an average year.
Apple offered the replacement as a make good after users learned the company had been slowing down older phones to prevent unexpected shutdowns.
Netflix is increasing prices for all of its membership levels from one to two dollars in the coming months.
It's easy to point the finger at custom content, The company notoriously spent $8 billion on in-house material in 2018, and plans a similar expenditure for this year as well.
And finally, a US magistrate judge ruled that the police cannot force someone to unlock a phone with their face, fingerprint, or other biometric feature, citing the Fourth and Fifth Amendments.
Other judges have not felt the same way regarding biometrics.
And other details of this specific case are sealed.
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