New york times iphone app not updating
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• Use Handoff to continue reading on your i Phone, or touch Save for Later to build a personal reading list.Share articles, photos and videos with your friends through Facebook, Twitter and email and be the first to read about events as soon as they occur with breaking news alerts. Compatible with i Phone and i Pod Touch devices with i OS 7.0 or later.Please be sure to update to i OS 7.0 so that you can download the latest version of the app.She relays that her once trusty i Phone 4 began acting up with the release of i OS 7. this isn't the first time that tech analysts and random crazies on the Internet have noted that breakdowns in older Apple products can often coincide with when upgrades come onto the market.Many have taken this as evidence of "planned obsolescence," a term that dates to the Great Depression, when a real estate broker suggested that the government should stimulate the economy by placing artificial expiration dates on consumer products so people would buy more. Over time, the device itself is subject to everyday wear and tear. Saying Apple plans the obsolescence of i Phones is like saying Dole plans the obsolescence of bananas.