For years, Apple and Samsung have been releasing shinier, slicker new models each year, encouraging us to upgrade. But what if the problem isn’t just in their marketing strategy? What if the companies are forcing us to switch to newer products by limiting the lifespan of older ones? There is evidence that manufacturers like Apple and Samsung are designing products in a way that makes them more fragile and less durable, so consumers are forced to upgrade more often.
In this documentary, we will investigate how big companies like Apple use programmed obsolescence to increase their profits. With interviews from experts in the tech industry, we take a closer look at how the drive for profit can affect a company’s willingness to put their customers first. Don’t miss this revealing documentary that takes a deep dive into the tech industry’s dark side.