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You sound as though you work in the industry, as do I. Yes, the main problem with any carrier opening new areas to coverage is the political/legal quagmire as you say. Cities and counties just don't want cell sites in their backyards. They are very NIMBY. But they want the coverage, and then you have private citizens that fearmonger against cancer, birth defects, etc. It's tough going to get a cell site permitted. I roll my eyes when I hear the ignorant fools here...
Unless you're an RF engineer, probably not. If the service is fast enough where you don't complain, what's the difference? Coverage in the SFBA and the Monterey Bay Area is excellent as far as I'm concerned and I get around a lot. I get great coverage in dense areas of the Silicon Valley, great coverage in the mountains and great coverage in SF proper. The only real area where I've had a problem since 1989 would be Highway 1 between Santa Cruz and Pacifica, which is...
I sure hope you pressed charges against that guy that held a gun to your head and made you buy the iPhone.
You're funny. You get all jacked up and accuse people of calling you names, and then you turn around and call satisfied Apple customers "fanboys/fanbois, etc." Does that mean we can call you all variations of your moniker and you won't complain?
Can we focus on the content of the article and not your personal vendetta against Dan?
Coverage in the SF Bay Area is just fine. I have never had a problem the whole time I've been with Cingular/AT&T. If and when the iPhone goes to Verizon, I say bring it on. The more whiners that jump to that network and drag down Verizon's quality, the better AT&T's service gets. Personally I can't wait.
Huh. I didn't have this happen to mine. This latest one was the first for me.
I pretty much did the same thing. Bought the 40, sync only movies to it. Music comes out of the iMac. Cable bill is down to minimum. Haven't set foot in a video store in years (not since Blockbuster offered to take me to collections for a $10 late fee). Don't miss it that much. Since I'm fairly active with work and play, I don't have much time to geek around with kluged together setups. Apple TV serves our needs and we're happy with it. As for the latest "crisis",...
My cat uses it to warm up her paws.
Count me in as a satisfied customer. I have been waiting for the Internet Radio and love it. Love the new interface. The Remote update to the iPhone/iPod Touch absolutely rocks with search with keyboard. Most excellent job Apple!
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