Apple announced today that it had agreed to reach a $113 million settlement with 34 U.S. states and the District of Columbia in response to “spin down” charges earlier this year. The spin down started with the iPhone 6 issue in 2017, when users accused apple of covering up battery problems by limiting the speed of the iPhone, thus prompting users to buy new phones. < / P > < p > the investigation of this deceleration gate incident is mainly led by Arizona, Arkansas and Indiana. 33 states in the United States have imposed economic penalties on apple and asked for legal commitments, so as to make similar mechanisms more transparent in the future. < / P > < p > this round of litigation started with the iPhone 6 issue in 2017. Due to battery aging and other problems, the equipment is intermittently shut down, because it is when the power is relatively low. Apple then quietly released an update that would limit processing power (slow down) in some cases to prevent random device shutdown problems. < / P > < p > under the settlement agreement, Apple will pay Arizona $5 million, California $24.6 million and Texas $7.6 million. In a statement announcing the proposed settlement on Wednesday, prosecutors General of Arizona and Indiana said Apple needs to provide users with real information about iPhone Battery health, performance and power management on its website and elsewhere. A spokesman for apple did not respond to a request for comment. In a court document outlining the settlement agreement, the company denied wrongdoing and said the agreement did not represent an admission of illegality or irregularity. Chinese version of K-car: reading a10e design drawing exposure