Apple Warns Employees Against Leaking in Leaked Memo

Apple Warns Employees Against Leaking in Leaked Memo

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01pepelepew - April 14, 2018 at 10:05pm
So its OK for apple to slow down phones on purpose, so consumers would have to purchase new ones.................. Scammers can be traced back to the beginning of civilization Unfortunate the peasants will always pay the prize.........................................
Buzz Lightyear - April 14, 2018 at 10:51pm
I am in complete agreement with Apple slowing down phones without telling you. I do wish they came out and told us that they were going to do it and that we would have the option to turn it on and off after the announcement and update. They did go about it wrong but I fully agree that they should slow phones down with an aging battery. I know a little something about lithium ion batteries and your battery, like any other, will decrease in capacity the more you use it and push recharge cycles through. Software does not give a damn about your battery. It will suck as much juice as it needs from it to keep it operating. Apple made a decision to slow down the software so it's not as demanding on the battery. Your device won't drop calls by your phone rebooting (overheating will reboot your phone which is normal for everyone) or so you can film more of that awesome concert you're at (that one's sarcasm) and so on. Apple actually did you a favor by slowing down the phones and you should be thanking them for keeping your device up-n-running and random reboot free. We all have the ability to think for ourselves and you do not have to agree with me - but do give it thought because you really should be thinking for yourselves instead of believing everything you see, read and are told.