The case of Apple and its old iPhone highlights the disparity of forces between large firms and their users and the weak or non-existent performance of regulators, as well as the processes of monopolization, which generate a good number of abuses. But it is not just a question of consumption, but of an almost structural tendency in our capitalism: the managers of the companies and the shareholders who choose them are developing a series of practices that consist of creating problems that we then solve the others.

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