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Internet's Furious After iPhone Conspiracy Ends Up Being True

If it seems like your iPhone's been slowing down over time that's cause it quite literally has, by design. Yes, in a statement released by Apple on Thursday, they confirmed that updates have been programmed to render iPhones slower than they once were. Let's just say the skeptics of the world were not stoked to have their suspicions confirmed, in regards to their iPhones being slowed down intentionally. Yet, Apple claims this is a strategically-motivated, preservation tactic to protect the internal components of your iPhone. 

People react on Twitter to the news that Apple's been intentionally slowing down iPhones with updates.
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Always fascinating to discover new insights on what was going on in Jobs' head, while he busily, ingeniously, amassed an empire. 

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Guy Tweets Epic Story About Using Nest Security Camera To Troll His Friend To Oblivion

This is the kind of comically absurd Twitter saga that we live for. Not sure if we should give this guy a shiny trophy for being an impressively creative troll, or secondhand hate the ever living sh*t out of him for low-key ruining his buddy, who made the mistake of crashing at his place's, life. We'll let you be the judge....

Guy uses Nest security camera and Amazon echo to troll his friend crashing at his place in most hilarious way possible.
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23 Crazy Tinder Moments That'll Kill Your Faith In Humanity

These might just trigger a serious case of FOMO when it comes to being a part of the wildly punny, ever ridiculous world of Tinder shenanigans. 

Funny moments from the Tinder dating app.
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Twitter's Horrified After Amazon's Announcement About Delivery Drivers Being Allowed Into Your Home

The new service will work alongside Amazon's Cloud Cam and a 'smart lock' to allow for vetted Amazon delivery drivers entry into Prime customers' homes that aren't around. Naturally, the 'revolutionary' service was met with a tidal wave of apprehension from people that aren't totally down with "thoroughly vetted" strangers being inside their damn homes while they're away...

People are scared after Amazon's announcement about delivery drivers being allowed into people's home.
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