quote: 1. All smartphones suffer from attenuation. No smartphone suffers from the significant (orders of magnitude) amount of attenuation that the iPhone 4 experiences. Bars do NOT tell you anything about your actual signal strength (read: in dB).2. Irrelevant and a red herring. No other smartphone manufacturer is experiencing the problems inherent to ONLY the iPhone 4.3. Unqualified statistics don't mean a damn thing. They're simply thrown about to appease the media and fanboys such as yourself.
quote: 4. A free refund within 30 days, which, if I'm not mistaken, is already over for anyone who had their phone shipped for them. Funny how the timing worked out on that one. And a free bumper that completely detracts from the aesthetics Apple themselves promoted and does NOTHING to address the underlying issue. Let's not even get into the incompatibility these things have with accessories.
quote: 5. Comprehensive by whose standards? They pulled some unqualified stats out their ass, dodged the few meaningful questions actually asked, and did not offer an admission of culpability.
quote: All in all I'd say they completely fucking failed, which is exactly why I'm going to the Verizon store after work. The Droid Incredible and Droid X are speaking to me. It's a bit hazy but I can make out two words: Fuck...Apple.
quote: The issues with the iPhone do of course receive vastly more coverage in the media but that's because Apple and the iPhone are newsworthy. Remember - trying to work out what is happening in the world by looking at news headlines is like trying to tell the time by watching the second hand on a clock.As far as I can see many phones suffer from the same problem as the iPhone 4 and ten minutes on Google turned this lot up:
quote: I would have thought it was probably one of the faster and better responses
quote: only 0.55 percent of customers had enough of an issue to contact Apple