Originally Posted by buckdutter
So...they are basically saying that for all this time Apple has had substandard software running one of the most complained about problems with the phone. I'm not vindicating AT&T...but it...
Originally Posted by rtm135
Bars are for drinking, not for calling.
But seriously, someone please explain to me WHY in 2010 we still use a crappy graphical representation of signal strength? What's wrong with using a simple...
Originally Posted by DaHarder
I haven't the desire nor the inclination to provide you with anything as both the omissions as well as the attributes of Apple's iPad have been documented ad nauseum, and given the fact that there is...
Originally Posted by Jetz
Tablets = Netbooks? Since when?
since when one buys the tablet instead of the netbook. Before you spout a long list of things that a netbook can do, just be aware that while you may not agree with...
Originally Posted by ivan.rnn01
Go read what the guy's written in his blog.
That's what we call "ruin the reputation" (provided he had one)
It then takes more than 30 years of experience to some ``global heads'...
Originally Posted by Hodar
Firmware will NOT fix a design flaw. It's pretty simple, actually. In an area with poor reception and you decide to lay the iPhone in your palm, you drop the call. Touch the iPhone and you go from...
Originally Posted by macologist
30 Days is the EVALUATION, Customer Satisfaction Period! ATT can't force you into Contract during the
30 Days! Afterwards it's ETF..., I think! I am not sure about their rules! But, 30 Days, No...
Originally Posted by Foo2
3) the signal attenuation from touching the antenna gap applies to both receiving and transmitting, and the iPhone transmitter is unable to overcome this attenuation.
Apple never claimed the...
Originally Posted by Thomasj106
I got my phone on June 24th. Two hours after it was unboxed I was dropping calls. The next morning I was on the phone with Apple. Nothing scientific here. No test facility. No calculations,...