Oh no, my phone's camera is suddenly not working. And look I found oth ...

in DBuzz8 months ago

Oh no, my phone's camera is suddenly not working. And look I found other people who has the same problem w/ HTC U11 camera 3 yrs ago! Egads.

I did everything suggested & nothing. No I don't want to buy a new phone yet. Come on... 😖

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No I don't want to buy a new phone yet.

Think not about what you have planned for your phone. Think about what your phone has planned for you.

Eh... I tried to find solutions online but none of them worked. 😖

The phone company has it all planned out.

You will end up buying a new phone. Their plan in that your new phone will be obsolete in a half decade at which point you will find yourself buying another new phone. This new new phone will be designed to be obsolete and unreparable within a few years of release.

it is a very clever plan in which the telephone company enrich itself by selling defective products.

I think cheap China-made ones are mostly defective. Easy to break or get damaged. Lol.

It is worse than that. The phone company software seems to be designed to slow down older phones to make people feel the need to upgrade. They also seem to discontinue support of old phones.

The marketing technique is called "planned obsolescence." The technique was designed by light bulb manufacturers who realized that they could make money my planning a short lifecycle for their products.