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Fuck date sits for iphones

“Some people would rather lose their sense of smell than their i Phones.It’s as important to spell-check your text as it is to straighten your tie.

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Apple i Phone owners are 21 times more likely to judge others negatively for having an Android, while those who have an Android are 15 times more likely to judge others negatively for having an i Phone.The theory is so widespread it even made an appearance in Tina Fey’s Netflix sit-com Following the upgrade to i OS 11, your i Phone is burdened with the task of re-indexing all of the content stored on your device.Spotlight on the i Phone also needs to re-categorise and sort everything from contacts to app data following the move to the new operating system.According to the online petition, “Apple has been sabotaging devices for years with software ‘upgrades’ that slow every i Phone and i Pad except the very latest model.“It's a strategy called planned obsolescence, and its one of the ways that Apple and other gadget makers are getting so filthy rich while the planet and everyone else pays.”However, there is no proof Apple deliberately slows its older hardware following the launch of a new i Phone.Granted, there is undoubtedly a high number of people who feel like their i Phone has slowed down since the latest i OS update, the Google Trends data proves that.“The metrics of the traditional date have shifted,” says Simon Rego, chief psychologist at Montefiore Medical Center at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York.

He does see a cultish aspect to the technology we use.

A number of experts believe customer attitude is to blame over any planned obsolescence from technology companies.

Director of Marketing at Queen’s University’s Smith School of Business, Neil Bearse said: “We’ve entered a world where having the latest, most capable phone in our pockets is something that’s expected – it’s not a luxury.“Because of the sophistication of our devices, they are becoming increasingly disposable as the next thing comes out.”Interestingly, Android does not see the same spike in users complaining about a drop in performance.

This is likely because only 18 per cent of Android users have the latest operating systems on their phones, compared to more than 90 per cent of i Phone users.

That means any slowdown from a new operating system would be more noticeable on i OS.

And those who have older models of either smartphone are 56% less likely to get a date.