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Benchmarking Firm Says Apple Isn’t Slowing Down Your Old iPhone

When you get a new phone, it seems blazing fast and fun to use. A year or two later, probably not so much. Is that actually because the phone is slower, or have your standards just increased? The post Benchmarking Firm Says Apple Isn’t Slowing Down Your Old iPhone appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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