Apple makes its intent on the battery fiasco clear. And not in the way it wanted.
As a longtime fan of Apple products and the company's mastery of marketing strategy, I was initially in Apple's corner when it confirmed that it had been deliberately slowing down older iPhones. It was the only way to halt a much worse problem, namely …
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