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Apple's Apology For Intentionally Slowing Down Your iPhone Will Cost You

By Mustafa Gatollari

There's a dirty little secret in the tech industry and it's called planned obsolescence.

It's a business tactic commonly implemented by tech companies and for huge cell phone manufacturers, it's a big part of their sales model.

Don't you ever notice how after the 18-month to 2-year mark, your phone starts to inexplicably slow down? Sure, you follow tips and tricks to bring your phone back to that fresh-out-the-box fastness that you experienced during the honeymoon phase of your new device, but that only does so much.