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Has Apple Just thrown old iPhones to DNR list?

Rumors have it that Apple has thrown its old phones in the dumpster, while not giving them an iOS 15 update.

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Rumors have it that Apple has thrown its old phones in the dumpster, while not giving them an iOS 15 update.

Word is in the air as Apple is about to throw the number of its old models of iPhones and iPads into the Do Not Resuscitate list, by not letting them upgrade to iOS 15 this includes iPhone 6s and iPhone SE. Apple has not confirmed this news yet.

Users are disheartened by the news as many people still admire the older version of the iPhone. People claim that the older iPhones had features of the headphone jack that connects wired hand frees which was convenient to many, people prone to dropping things had easy hold of the slim design.

People are in favor to use their older iPhones to the maximum because the more the new phones produce the more child labor is needed to clear up the mess the older phones have resulted in landfills and harm to the developing world.

People should be responsible for their technological waste recently prince Charles was noticed wearing an old coat, if he can do it people should also follow in his footsteps and make maximum use of their devices.

Some tie back users of iPhone SE started to complain about how it started heating up and eating battery after the new iOS upgrade. So it is understandable how a technological device is bound to its limit. The replacement cycle of consumer goods are short these days due to innovation rates are so fast nowadays. Only people can slow down this procedure by not buying new models and using the older ones to the maximum.

If the rumors are true people would soon want to get rid of their older iPhones and will invest in buying a new one shortly.

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