In the settlement, Apple is required to pay $113 million dollars. Over $24 million dollars of which will go to the attorney’s offices representing California and 5 districts within the state.
The suit includes prosecutors from 33 other states seeking to hold the company responsible for the slowdown of the iPhone in 2017. Apple reportedly did not admit to violating the law but did cooperate with prosecutors during the investigation.
Apple also agreed to maintain “clear and conspicuous” information online about lithium-ion batteries, unexpected shutdowns, and performance management.