MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Apple is making good on a promise to let you opt out of the company slowing down your iPhone.READ MORE: Palm Beach Gardens Police Say Ryan Rogers Murder Was Result Of Chance Encounter With 'Animal' That Shouldn't Have Been On Streets
Apple says an upgrade is on the way that will let users turn off that feature.
But you’ll have to wait a bit.READ MORE: Miami Weather: Cool Mornings, Warm Afternoons Continue Into Weekend
The software update will be out this Spring.
This comes after Apple admitted last year that it was using software updates to slow down older iPhones to prevent them from turning off suddenly.MORE NEWS: MLB Lockout Begins As Players, Owners Fail To Reach New Bargaining Agreement
After some backlash, the company apologized and dropped the price of replacement batteries for the iPhone 6 and later.