iPhones start slowing down after a year of use, and that’s way too soon
By Jacob Kastrenakes Dec 20, 2017, 5:15pm EST
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But the big conspiracy has been that Apple intentionally slows down your phone every time a new one comes out, a subtle way of encouraging you to buy it. And now we know that it’s true on some level, even if you take Apple’s word and see this as about preservation and not a sales tactic, since the software update that comes out alongside every phone seems to be what introduces the throttling. Here’s how Apple puts it in its statement describing what’s going on: “Our goal is to deliver the best experience for customers, which includes overall performance and prolonging the life of their devices.”
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And, this — planned obsolesence — why I am leaving the Apple family for Android and Chromebook.
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