Last year, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) from the UK expressed concern about Apple’s consumer rights laws. Such an order was issued after it turned out that users did not receive a clear warning about the decrease in the performance of their smartphones and changes in the battery parameters caused by the update. Apple has already changed its policy and began to provide consumers with the necessary information. Now Apple is committed to reporting the impact of updates on battery specifications and possible unplanned outages. In addition, methods for increasing battery life will be described in a public manner. Providing such information will allow smartphone owners to independently configure gadgets to work with maximum performance, as well as optimize energy consumption, switching to low consumption mode. Consumers will also be able to replace the battery without repairing or exchanging the iPhone. Apple has entered into an agreement with CMA and has confirmed that it will fulfill all of the above requirements.