If you bought an iPhone before December 21st of 2017, listen up.
You're down to your final hours to submit a claim in a $500 million class action lawsuit.
Apple has admitted it used software updates to slow down some iPhones, intentionally.
It said it needed to protect older iPhones with lithium-ion batteries from overheating.
But customers believe Apple was trying to force people to buy the latest models sooner.
Owners of certain iPhone 6, 7 and SE models can get up to $25 in claims.
Click here to apply by Oct. 6.
A court will hold a final hearing on Dec. 4 to decide whether to approve the settlement. Payments will be sent out after that, barring appeals.