“We’re definitely not one to encourage the cycle of nonstop iPhone upgrades. Hanging on to your phone for a long time is a good thing,” Cross writes. “But just as some users feel compelled to upgrade way too often, others stubbornly refuse to get a new phone until their current one literally won’t function at all, and might need a little help accepting that their old phone is holding them back.”
“If one or more of these signs apply to you,” Cross writes, “perhaps it’s time to replace your iPhone.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Here’s another reason: Your old iPhone has an antiquated Home button! Once you use an X-class iPhone (or iPad) you can never go back. The gesture-based flow of iOS is just too smooth and efficient to ever deal with the constant interruption of the Home button anachronism, “Click me, click me, click me…” ad infinitum.