Apple and Epson in criminal probe

Are the products really designed to fail with time?

Consumer fraud investigators have launched inquiries into iPhone maker Apple and printer manufacturer Epson over claimed ‘programmed obsolescence’ by cutting the useful life of products.

The two DGCCRF probes come after user complaints that iPhones slowed after ...

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