Harvard Study Proves Apple Slows Down old iPhones to Sell Millions of New Models

A new study is backing up long held suspicions that Apple slows down older models of its iPhones to encourage users to buy a new release.

The U.S. study analysed worldwide searches for ‘iPhone slow’ and found that the search term spiked significantly around the time of new iPhone launch.

It then compared those results with similar searches for the term ‘Samsung Galaxy slow’, and discovered the term was unaffected by new releases from Samsung.

You can see the spike in the “iPhone Slow” search when they release a new iPhone, indicating that the old phones all of a sudden are slower after a new release.

As a control group, they did the same graph for the samsung, which is unaffected by the releases although it still shows a growth with the problem of it’s samsung phones simply sucking overall.

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