Apple Does Not Make Your Older iPhone Slow With Newer Versions Of iOS

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Apple Does Not Make Your Older iPhone Slow With Newer Versions Of iOS

There have been rumors for some time that newer versions of Apple’s iOS end up making some older iPhone slow. Some rumors have even suggested that Apple may do this on purpose to encourage you to buy a newer device, this is not the case. Futuremark decided to test out whether of not newer version

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