There have been numerous assertions that OEMs like Apple, Samsung, Microsoft, and Huawei among others. That they allegedly deliberately make devices that don’t last too long, so that you can keep coming back to buy newer devices from them.
That is to say (allegedly), you as the consumer, you were expected to buy the original iPhone that came out in 2007. In 2008, you were supposed to get the iPhone 3G, 2009 get the iPhone 3Gs. You and most importantly, your wallet, were supposed to move with fashion as iPhone 4S > iPhone 5 > iPhone 5S > iPhone 5C > iPhone 6/6 Plus > iPhone 6S/6S Plus > iPhone SE > iPhone 7/7 Plus and iPhone X.
What happened to the good old plan of buying a device that is going to serve you for decade after decade? They don’t make them that good anymore, and we can blame the likes of Nokia and BlackBerry for putting our hopes so high then disappearing from the market, leaving us with OEMs who want us to upgrade to new devices each year they release a flagship device.
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