Apple continues to get into hot water over a power management feature that throttles performance on older iPhones to avoid unexpected battery shutdowns.
A South Korean consumer group has now filed a complaint, though it’s not clear whether the complaint will trigger a formal investigation (via Reuters).
The group, Citizens United for Consumer Sovereignty, had already filed a lawsuit against the company.
This is just the latest in a series of complaints Apple is facing over the issue around the world. Earlier this week a consumer group in China wrote to company with concerns.
The French government is also investigating whether Apple’s actions constitute ‘programmed obsolescence’ (which is illegal in the country).
US senator John Thune has also written to Apple to express…