iPhone 6(S)(+) iPhone 6 throttled again after updating

deferredAnon

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After updating to the latest iOS update of 11.2.6, iPhone 6 was throttled again to 839MHz CPU. Just before the update, the iPhone 6 was only throttled to 1127MHz CPU.

Did this happen to anyone else?

 
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HallStevenson

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CPUs do not run at their top speed 100% of the time. If they did, you'd need to wear gloves because it would be really hot, plus your battery would die in 3-4 hours if not sooner.
 

Relentless Power

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At this point, I have lost faith in many users. General disinformation tends to beat out true information and as such we get these crazy threads.
Especially on the battery throttling threads, you really do have to pick and choose your information Wisely what somebody chooses to believe over what’s considered fact. It’s such a sensitive issue for many, that you have those who are interjecting emotion versus logic especially on the throttling threads.
 
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jav6454

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Especially on the battery throttling threads, you really do have to pick and choose your information Wisely what somebody chooses to believe over what’s considered fact. It’s such a sensitive issue for many, that you have those who are interjecting emotion versus logic especially on the throttling threads.
Well, Apple’s own behavior hasn’t really also helped, which in turn has provided more fire for the media fire.
 

Relentless Power

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Well, Apple’s own behavior hasn’t really also helped, which in turn has provided more fire for the media fire.
Apples behavior isn’t related to someone spreading misinformation on a tech forum. As I mentioned before, some are placing emotion first versus logic into posts. As far as the media is concerned, I don’t pay attention to everything I Hear or read, Unless Apple confirms or addresses it.
 

jav6454

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Apples behavior isn’t related to someone spreading misinformation on a tech forum. As I mentioned before, some are placing emotion first versus logic into posts. As far as the media is concerned, I don’t pay attention to everything I Hear or read, Unless Apple confirms or addresses it.
While you are right on that front, misinformation still spreads because Apple wasn't upfront on its "Power Management" feature and how it worked. It was only until the media had a field day that they responded and added in 11.3 their little battery information screen.
 
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