Apple fooling customers sending fake updates! (iOS 12.1.2)

Last Updated on February 21, 2019 by Vinay KharayatApple claims that they provide updates for a long term, which is true, but are those updates really needed? iOS is developed by apple and apple claims to have long term iOS updates. But updates are supposed to improve performance rather than degrading it.

Recently, I saw an iPhone user showing his iOS 12.1.2 update, which includes some eSIM activation bug fixes, but the shocking thing is that, the update is only for iPhone XR, iPhone XS and iPhone XS MAX, user claimed that he don’t own any of the device. The update size is 57.5 mb.

I mean seriously!! Have you ever saw Samsung Galaxy J7 showing update but that update is to fix some blah blah bug of Samsung Galaxy S9? If this is what apple meant by providing updates, android manufacturers should also do this in order to improve their bad image!

Is this really an update? Or just some cheap tactics of apple to make their old versions of iPhone slow, so that apple users can buy their new devices. Because apple did this before and got a lawsuit for it! Apple keeps on trying new ways to fool its users to make them buy new iPhones, and on the other side Android manufacturers are trying to provide new features to its users. This is an arguing debate but that’s a fact.

I never bought an iPhone, nor I am going to buy it ever! Not because I can’t afford it but I just don’t like it.

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