shorter use lifecycles.
Amita Major

1) Apple’s iOS products typically receive more software updates than Android devices, implying that they actually have longer useful life cycles.

2) If electronics on the whole (Apple included, but not exclusively) seem to have shorter lifespans than the past, your beef is with Moore’s Law, not any one company. If Intel wasn’t making processors so much better every year, then Apple and everyone else wouldn’t have to make such radical upgrades every year. Moore’s Law drive increasingly complex computing system, which pushes the boundaries of software creation, which leaves outdated hardware behind because it just doesn’t have the juice.

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