this has shown the company Primate Labs in a few performance tests on the terminals iPhone 6s and iPhone 7.

Primate Labs, a company that has an application to measure the speed of the processor in an iPhone has posted a post the data show a decrease in performance in the models iPhone 6s and iPhone 7 as they age.

Apple has acknowledged that it has taken some measures to reduce the demand for energy, which may have had the effect of slowing down the processor when the battery of a phone has problems to deliver the maximum current required by the processor.

“The problem is due to the fact that all lithium-ion batteries, not only those found in Apple products, degrade and have supply difficulties as they age and accumulate charge cycles” said Apple in a statement sent by e-mail to Reuters. “The problems with the peak current consumption they can also happen when the batteries are cold or low load,”.

last year Apple had to launch a function for the iPhone 6, iPhone 6s and iPhone IS to decrease the peak instantaneous of energy consumption and to avoid that the devices turn off unexpectedly.

“we have Now extended that feature to the iPhone 7 with iOS 11.2, and we plan to incorporate it into other products in the future”, has clarified the company to Reuters.