MOSCOW, January 23 (RAPSI) – The Tverskoy District Court of Moscow has ruled not to proceed with four lawsuits against Apple’s subsidiary Apple Rus over iPhone slowdown, press-service of the court told RAPSI on Tuesday.

According to the court’s spokesperson, the plaintiffs demand free repair of the products, a service with a cost, but the lawsuits don’t specify the overall monetary demands that take into account this service. As such, the court has no means to determine the jurisdiction of the plaintiffs' claims.

It was noted that the court received three similar lawsuits.

On January 16, the first lawsuit was filed against Apple Rus. A plaintiff demanded free battery replacement and 777,800 rubles (about $13,700) in compensation from the defendant. Later it was revealed that two of four lawsuits seek 832,800 rubles (about $14,700) as compensation for moral damages.

Earlier, Apple corporation confirmed that the processing speed of older iPhones reduces with time. However, that is needed for extension of the phones’ service life, according to the company.

In December, following the statement, two class action suits were filed against the corporation with the U.S. courts.