Originally Posted by Ireland
Hold there feet to the fire, that's the only way Apple will address it head-on.
That's not the only way. I think Apple has a pretty good record of making things right when they screw up, especially compared to other companies. Sometimes they are slow to respond, and sometimes fast, but they do make it right in most cases. I don't blame them for taking more time to diagnose and make an official statement about some of the more complex issues. Figuring out the cause isn't always easy.
In any case, I believe that it isn't a fundamental design flaw as not all phones are affected. The poll over at engadget shows some people with the issue, and some without. Was about 50/50 last I checked. And this is only people who took the poll. Plenty of people out there are happy and using their phones with no issue and have no interest in taking a poll when things are working right.
So, Apple will figure it out and do what's necessary. Stay positive people.