Apple's iOS 16.1.1 update in China disables 'Everyone' sharing via Airdrop after 10 minutes, forcing users to frequently re-enable it if they want to use it.
Apple says they added this 'feature' to prevent 'unwanted' file sharing.
But it's the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) that doesn't want anti-government protestors quickly sharing information with each other, off the grid and beyond the reach of CCP censors.
Meanwhile, CEO Tim Cook threatens to remove Elon Musk's Twitter app from the App Store?
How long will U.S. iPhone users put up with Apple's anti-free speech actions?