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 Don't think anyone said they did.
You mean like Greece?
If these people (US based at least) truly believe they have a case and Apple won't fix it, they should read up on the UCC (make sure their state has adopted a form of it. Most if not all have), and go down to their city or county court house and file a small claims court claim against Apple. Read up on the 'fitness for a particular usage' parts of the UCC. Simple and easy to do. I did it against Compaq around 2001 based on. Computer they would not fix that wouldn't...
I paid for the phone.  It is mine.  I have the right to my property.  I am not aware of any "easement" or anything that exists that would change the situation. So-called "shrink wrap" EULAs have been determined to not be enforceable in court -- the kind where you have to buy it to know what it says, AFAIK.   There is a section of law called the "Universal Commercial Code" or UCC for short.  Most states in the US have adopted it in some form.  This outlines the rights of...
No you don't.   That is absurd.    You need to know if the update meets your needs or not, and if there are world-ending bug fixes in the update.  That is all you need. #1)  Yes they do.   What meets their needs best.  If you were extensively using home-sharing than 8.3 meets your needs better than 8.4.   You don't need to know the internal details.   I am an iOS software dev and have a clue about things.  I have been a software engineer for 27 years.  I have a small clue...
 Sorry, but you are wrong.   IF I USE AN APPLE OS I MAINTAIN THE RIGHT TO DETERMINE WHICH APPLE OS I AM RUNNING. I don't need to know the lowest internal details to be able to perfectly decide.  If Apple has a bug fix for a world-ending bug they can say so and that will influence my decision.  But iOS 8.x won't stop working the day after iOS 8.x+1 is released, and if it met my needs on D-1, then on D-Day it will still meet my needs while I evaluate the trade offs of...
 Ha ha ha ha LOL What planet are you from? I know what you are trying to say, but unless there is some super terrific super deadly everyone is going to die bug, then you are wrong.  I know best what version my phone needs because I know what my needs are, and what I am willing to trade off to get my needs met.  Apple or anyone else does not know that.
 His argument is not a red herring.  It IS the argument.  No one claimed Apple is doing this now.  The discussion is about someone's suggestion that Apple SHOULD do this.   It might be helpful to know what the discussion is about before answering.
Some one was obviously not reading the thread and is commenting on a faux argument.
 AT&T not allowing it to connect to their network is different, much different, than Apple going in and disabling cell or internet (WiFi) capability on old phones.   No one is claiming AT&T doesn't have the right to disallow dangerous devices.  (Though I wonder how they actually detect and do it).
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