Apple users are familiar with the constant updates that the company works on to keep their products relevant in the market against competitors such as Android and Samsung. In particular, iPhone users were faced with the decision on Sept. 13 whether or not they would update to iOS10 immediately or hold off until the phone automatically updated itself. I have used Apple products for the past eight years — my switch from a Dell computer to an Apple computer was my first foray into using their products — and I have had an iPhone for perhaps half of that time. Despite adjusting to and starting to gradually like some of the features of the iOS10 update, I still share the position of many users that we should not be forced to update our phones if we prefer an older version that works just as well for our daily routines.

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