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It's not hard but that isn't the point. When one has to hold the phone a certain way, it's going backwards as far as engineering. And, yes, it sucks to have to always be aware of holding the phone a certain way, especially when one didn't have to do that before. Yes Apple could and should have done something like put a clearcoat on the metal to insulate skin touching, but they didn't. It's kind of like buying a car but one can't put their hands on the steering wheel in a...
After I upgraded to OS4, my 3G feels slooooowwwwwww. Anyone know a solution for downgrading?
Some people don't like cases and would rather see the pure design of the iphone. I wouldn't want a free case but a correctly-engineered iphone. It should have less dropped calls, without the case. So glad I didn't buy the 4.
I use to subscribe to Consumer Reports and, over time, realized they just aren't that thorough with a lot of their testing. Very old school it seems to me. I don't trust them anymore.
"Using a cover, iPhone 4 performed even better"... Design flaw (one shouldn't have to use a cover). Apple really? I'm not even going to get into it.
Apple should have engineered/designed a better solution. Whether it's a clear coating or another way to solve the issue. Apple shouldn't suggest using a bumper as a fix. But they should give one to everyone who spent $200 - $300 for their phone and have to deal with reception issues and have to watch how they hold the phone (which is ridiculous). And it's a shame they're telling store managers to use politics to try and ease the pain of the issue. LAME. I am so glad I...
First of all, why would you do that? Spending $200 - $300 for a phone that shouldn't have any design issues (we should be going forward, not backward) just to paint nail polish on!?!?! That's ghetto.Second of all, nail polish will just come off quickly anyway. And your pockets/pants/hands will smell like nail polish.
Run-on sentences are fun.
I was going to get my iPhone today but something tells me this is going to be an issue. I really want it but I think I'm gonna have to wait to see what happens. It seems Apple didn't think too much about skin-to-metal from the issues I've been reading/hearing about so far. Apple should have made something like a clearcoat on the metal, so the metal would still be seen (for visual design) and the skin would not come in contact with it. That should be problem solved....
But what if you're keeping your existing iPhone AT&T plan (no changes) and simply getting the new iPhone? They shouldn't need to do another credit check.
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