The company explained that when a battery is in a poor condition it may not be able to supply the required maximum current demanded by the phone’s processor at full speed. If that happens, the iPhone can shut down unexpectedly to protect the internal components.SOURCE
....this is honestly sad. It makes me think that apple is forcing you to buy their new 1000$ emoji machine. I mean, forced obsolece is never a good thing. Heck, this has even affected my iPhone 4S, and its sad, because on older firmware, it worked perfectly. I'm quite glad that Apple is getting a law suit for doing this. And even so, you can just replace the bate~ oh wait, sorry, battery is not replacable. You have to go to some random 3rd party place and pay them in order to replace your battery. In fact, I've given up dealing with Apple's bullcrap, hence why I bought a blackberry. The reasoning that they gave makes me loose hope for Apple completely, since battery replacements fix the problem.
What are your opinions on it? Do you think it's correct for them to do this, or nah?