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What a joke this survey is, especially when most user and press reports have stated that the iPhone's keyboard takes a little getting used to, but then becomes quite natural. So what do the dweebs in the lab coats do? They build a survey based on people using the iPhone's keyboard for the very first time. Pure genius. I am very fast with my iPhone keyboard--much faster than I would be on a plastic QWERTY keyboard. I've even stopped proof-reading my emails...
You need to get your facts straight. First of all, Apple was very clear about the battery not being replaceable, way before the iPhone shipped. I remember reading about the non-replaceable battery in many many early press reports after the January unveiling, so the information was out there well ahead of time. Second of all, these early iPhone buyers could have simply asked a sales person if the battery was replaceable before buying. When they learned the answer, they...
Yea, you're right. Your way would be better.
I would love it if Apple was able to countersue these idiots for making baseless claims.
DUDE, you think I haven't done that yet? Try 8 times! I've logged *hours* with the chimps over in AT&T's "iPhone Activation Center". Some say the phone is already activated. Some say there's a problem with my particular account. Some say the system is just slow. They all say something different, but the common denominator is that they're all useless in solving the problem. Calling customer service is just the BEGINNING of one's problems when trying to activate the phone....
How about sticking to the basics, Apple, and helping AT&T work out its phone activation process. It could definitely use a whole lot of bug-testing. 40 hours and counting!
Cnocbui: On behalf of Christianity, I accept your humble apology. Now go and sin no more...
Thanks! But your sarcasm aside, he did look a bit homeless, especially with the handwritten sign asking for food and metrocards. And it *was* a turn-off, given that the media might make him the poster child for Apple fans who are willing to line up for an iPhone. Image does count for something! Too bad you can't reconcile those facts to your little moral universe. P.S. Nice way to insult an entire religion, Mr. Holier Than Thou.
NEW THEORY! I think he's actually being paid to wait in line for someone else. * He's unemployed, so why not do it for the money? * He didn't seem to really know much about the iPhone either... "I'll see how it works". I bet that's it. Somebody put him up to this...
I'm afraid he's going to discourage other people from lining up at Apple's flagship store. Really: would you want to be seen sitting next to him? It would make me pause, that's for sure.
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