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Originally Posted by Hands Sandon View Post

How about you borrow this one instead-

10,000,000 cases x $29 = $290,000,000 hmmm....not a bad sum, let's keep the antenna where it is.

From a pure business standpoint? Ya gotta love it.
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post #442 of 452
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Originally Posted by Mazda 3s View Post

What? You're not having problems? I guess all the rest of us should just STFU, right?.

I couldn't have said it better. So STFU already.
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post #443 of 452
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Originally Posted by justflybob View Post

Frankly, the vuvuzelas make a far less irritating noise than you do lately.

Just put me on your ignore list. Problem solved.
Citing unnamed sources with limited but direct knowledge of the rumoured device - Comedy Insider (Feb 2014)
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post #444 of 452
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Just put me on your ignore list. Problem solved.

That’s like putting tape on the 3G-Spot, it masks the problem but it doesn’t fix it. I think one of the two has a "design flaw" and is constantly "short circuiting”. (That’s a joke, Ireland! )
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post #445 of 452
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Just put me on your ignore list. Problem solved.

Seriously, that's like asking TechDud to stop creating user names.

Besides, too many poster think you might know something, so they keep responding to you.
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post #446 of 452
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Originally Posted by solipsism View Post

Thats like putting tape on the 3G-Spot, it masks the problem but it doesnt fix it. I think one of the two has a "design flaw" and is constantly "short circuiting. (Thats a joke, Ireland! )

What they said.
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post #447 of 452
The number of personal attacks at AI seems to be competing with actual posts debating the issues. Surely, if you believe that posters are trolling, you can alert the mods and have those people warned and banned.

But this "attack the poster, not his argument" mentality hints strongly at the attacker's inability to deliver a cogent argument. Personal abuse is not an alternative to reason.

And just in case I'm accused of whining, I understand the frustration that some here feel, seeing a lot of recent criticism of Apple and some product issues. It's tempting to put it down to a co-ordinated troll attack, but the more reasonable explanation is that there's a rare mis-step by Apple and people want to express their concern and disappointment.

This is an appropriate forum for that expression. At least it's in the family, and not happening on a more general tech site that would have a wider audience.

In my opinion, if you're resorting to personal attack, you're admitting that you're intellectually bankrupt. Let's keep it civil huh folks?
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Originally Posted by justflybob View Post

What they said.

Blindness is a condition as well as a state of mind.

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post #449 of 452
Well at the end of the day the question is with the death grip, does the iPhone4 still have a better reception than any grip on the iPhone 3GS? Indications are maybe, maybe not?

I am still awaiting further clarity on this issue. Ireland's in for the long haul, let's just help him loosen up a bit from time to time
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Originally Posted by nvidia2008 View Post

Well at the end of the day the question is with the death grip, does the iPhone4 still have a better reception than any grip on the iPhone 3GS? Indications are maybe, maybe not?

I am still awaiting further clarity on this issue. Ireland's in for the long haul, let's just help him loosen up a bit from time to time

Ireland has a death grip on the situation that hell likely not get the data if and when its resolved.
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post #451 of 452
Hi

we live in Switzerland, altough the iPhone 4 is not officially available here, we drove quickly over to France and bought a couple of iPhone 4. We came back and tested them really hard... espescially we tested this reception issue and we have no issues here.

We use Swisscom in Switzerland, that's the largest Operator and there are no dropped calls, no signal loss, nothing ! We use to touch it around the antenna, we even touched it with our tongue ! nothing... it works, no issues here...

We think you have a problem with the operator, in Switzerland there is absolutely no signal issues and dropped calls, nothing!

Greeting

G
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Originally Posted by Rot'nApple View Post

You used the word "due", as opposed to 'do', in the second to last sentence.

But not to worry, brucep has little room to complain...

'alot' is two words... 'a lot'.

'discusting' should be spelled 'disgusting'.

wow
thanks
i fixed em' goodly
i once knew a guy we called dr spell good

anyway ghost is still wrong

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