Apple this year acclimatized a accusation over its slowing down of older iPhones. Now you could potentially claim advantage for having owned one of those phones, under the terms of the adjustment — though be warned, you’ll get $25 at most for it and apparently won’t see that until December. But hey, $25 is $25.

The lawsuit, in case you’re unaware, anxious Apple’s convenance of introducing alleged achievement administration appearance to assertive iPhones that beneath their useability — slowed them down, in other words. Apple claimed the appearance were to advance array life on its older devices, but a contemptuous person would say it was to animate its barter to buy newer, faster phones. Apple agreed to the $500 actor adjustment this March.

A website, first spotted by MacRumors, about allows you to submit your claim for compensation, provided you owned one of the throttled iPhones in question. In theory, anybody will get a $25 payout per device, but that number might go down should enough people file claims that the total exceeds the $500 actor number. But don’t let that deter you.

If you do want to file a claim, here’s how you do it.

To authorize for the payment, you must have owned one of the following:

  • An iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6S, 6S Plus or iPhone SE active iOS 10.2.1 or later before December 21, 2017
  • An iPhone 7 or 7 Plus that ran iOS 11.2 or later before December 21, 2017

If you did, then just head over to this site, and then find the option “submit a claim online” (you can also do so by mail). You’ll be asked to accommodate the phone’s serial number if you have it. If you don’t have it on hand — say, because you sold or got rid of the phone — you can submit your Apple ID, device type, name and address, and the search database will attack to find your serial number for you.

Once you’ve submitted your claim, you’ll accept a claim ID and a acceptance code in an email, which will allow you to look up the status of your claim later. Note that you’ll be giving up your right to sue Apple alone if you submit a claim, but I’m not sure I’d acclaim doing that anyway.

And that’s it! That’s all you need to know to attack to get your payout for Apple throttling your old phone. Note that you have until the October 6 borderline this year to submit your claim. Good luck!

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