Although easier said than done, Apple was fined $500 million, $113 million and $25 million in multiple lawsuits. In addition, it was decided to pay users. Now Apple has started to make these payments.

Payments will be made this month.

Although the amount of payment varies, MacRumors readers Ken Strand and Michael Burkhardt received $92.17 per claim. Of course, it should be noted that not everyone will receive this payment. Speaking of everyone, unfortunately, payments are limited to US customers. But even if you are a US citizen, it is very difficult to get paid.

Because in order to receive payment in the first place, you must have requested it in 2020. Apart from that, which iPhone you used at that time and even which iOS version is installed on that iPhone affects whether you are eligible for payment.

Before 21 December 2017, iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus and SE users with iOS 10.2.1 installed, or iPhone 7 or 7 Plus users with iOS 11.2 or higher installed before 21 December 2017 can be included, provided that they have submitted their requests.

After that, we have seen that Apple has taken more transparent steps in terms of battery and performance accuracy.