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I have basicallycompletely rewritten this responsecomment, so theReed Crosby's comment may not be exactly coherent with the my comment.
I have basicallycompletely rewritten this responsecomment, so theReed Crosby's comment may not be exactly coherent with the my comment.
 
I found what I think is an/the early note on reddit about this at https://www.reddit.com/r/iphone/comments/7inu45/psa_iphone_slow_try_replacing_your_battery/. So, although we don't know what exactly triggers the throttling (battery cycles or capacity or age or ?), we do know a way with either CPU Dasher X or comparative Geekbench scores to see if you are being throttled.
 
I did a cursory security check on CPU Dasher X (no big red flags when searching the web, it looks like there is open source code on github for some version of it), downloaded it, and found that I am not throttledthrottled (CPU speed very close to max). The coconutBattery application (runs on your computer but will check you phone's battery when connected) says my phone's batterbattery is still above 95% / 1545 mAh and 257at only 257 cycles, even though the phone is 15 months (about 450 days) old. I would guess it is capacity or cycles based, as it seems like I might get throttled on age alone. I'll comment back here if I notice a change and remember to come back.
I did a cursory security check on CPU Dasher X (no big red flags when searching the web, it looks like there is open source code on github for some version of it), downloaded it, and found that I am not throttledthrottled (CPU speed very close to max). The coconutBattery application (runs on your computer but will check you phone's battery when connected) says my phone's batterbattery is still above 95% / 1545 mAh and 257at only 257 cycles, even though the phone is 15 months (about 450 days) old. I would guess it is capacity or cycles based, as it seems like I might get throttled on age alone. I'll comment back here if I notice a change and remember to come back.

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I think this is a very good question, buthave basically rewritten this response, so the comment may not be exactly coherent with the my comment.

I found what
I think that a community as sophisticated as ifixit users would like tois an/the early note on reddit about this at https://www.reddit.com/r/iphone/comments/7inu45/psa_iphone_slow_try_replacing_your_battery/. So, although we don't know what criteria (cycles, capacity, whatever) is used to triggerexactly triggers the iOS throttling. Didthrottling (battery cycles or capacity or age or ?), we do know a way with either CPU Dasher X or comparative Geekbench scores to see if you are being throttled.

I did a cursory security check on CPU Dasher X (no big red flags when searching
the original reddit discussion reveal this? Iweb, it looks like there is open source code on github for some version of it), downloaded it, and found that I am not throttled. The coconutBattery application (runs on your computer but will check you phone's battery when connected) says my phone's batter is still above 95% / 1545 mAh and 257, even though the phone is 15 months (about 450 days) old. I would guess it is capacity or cycles based, as it seems like I might get throttled on age alone. I'll comment back here if I notice a reddit userchange and remember to come back.
I think this is a very good question, buthave basically rewritten this response, so the comment may not be exactly coherent with the my comment.

I found what
I think that a community as sophisticated as ifixit users would like tois an/the early note on reddit about this at https://www.reddit.com/r/iphone/comments/7inu45/psa_iphone_slow_try_replacing_your_battery/. So, although we don't know what criteria (cycles, capacity, whatever) is used to triggerexactly triggers the iOS throttling. Didthrottling (battery cycles or capacity or age or ?), we do know a way with either CPU Dasher X or comparative Geekbench scores to see if you are being throttled.

I did a cursory security check on CPU Dasher X (no big red flags when searching
the original reddit discussion reveal this? Iweb, it looks like there is open source code on github for some version of it), downloaded it, and found that I am not throttled. The coconutBattery application (runs on your computer but will check you phone's battery when connected) says my phone's batter is still above 95% / 1545 mAh and 257, even though the phone is 15 months (about 450 days) old. I would guess it is capacity or cycles based, as it seems like I might get throttled on age alone. I'll comment back here if I notice a reddit userchange and remember to come back.

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I think this is a very good question, but I think that a community as sophisticated as ifixit users would like to know what criteria (cycles, capacity, whatever) is used to trigger the iOS throttling.  Did the original reddit discussion reveal this?  I am not a reddit user.

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