Apple knows best (or so it would have you believe)
If there’s one philosophy that seems to exemplify the vast majority of decisions that Apple has made about its products, it’s this: “We know best.” Now, I get it. That’s kind of the upside of having a benevolent dictator: decisions get made for you, and you don’t have to worry yourself about making the right ones. Of course, the downside to a benevolent dictator is that they’re still, fundamentally, a dictator.
Apple’s taken its fair share of backlash over these kind of high-level decisions throughout the years, and the latest firestorm is about the company’s decision to make the trade-off of battery life versus performance in older iphones. Whether or not the company is right to have chosen