Originally Posted by Ireland
You're the one talking crap.
Originally Posted by Mazda 3s
I'm sorry, but people like you that think about Apple first instead of the customer first need to be taken out back and dealt with.
I really don't give a crap about if your stock prices go up or down, I care about Apple putting out quality products. This doesn't bode well for Apple, especially the screen issue. How many times is Apple going to release a new product with yellowish screen problems? iPod touch, iPhone 3G, iMac, iPhone 4?
I just hope and pray that my iPhone 4 pre-order that I pick up from the AT&T store tomorrow won't have these problems.
Stop trying to turn this around on Apple Insider, they are just reporting what's out there. From Gizmodo:
So I'M the one that's irrational - because I want numbers instead of anecdotal complaints?
They've sold 600,000 of these, a large portion of which are in consumers' hands. Let's say that 50 screens are defective - which is far more than the number that have been reported. That's a tiny, tiny percentage of the screens.
Here's some news for you since you apparently live on a different planet. Anything sold by the thousands will have some defects. For cars, the average car has one defect per car. For computers, it's around 10%. For phones, it's a few percent.
Now, if the frequency of failure is greater than the industry average - or even the iPhone average, then go ahead and get worked up. But at this point, the phone could still be the most reliable phone on the planet and people are whining endlessly.
More importantly, let's see if the defects are fixed with a software update or a new phone from Apple before you have a tantrum.
Base decisions on facts, not nonsense stirred up by click-bait bloggers.
Oh, and btw, anything from Gizmodo is highly suspect at this point. They've proven beyond any doubt that they never even heard the term 'journalistic integrity', much less practice it.