Originally Posted by jfanning
No they don't. But they don't tell their users they are holding the device wrong when held naturally either.
I had a look at those pictures on the Apple site, the person is holding everyone of those phones differently. Apple made a massive mistake, and is now trying to blame everyone for their mistake.
Do me a favor, use factual data to make comments and do not just use words for sake of it like 'massive'. It does not matter were you grip the phone on other smartphones, the point is the same effect happens. People grip their phones different depending on the design and their personal choice, so i doubt the way the experiments were undertaken in Apple labs are less credible.
Note: 0.55% of total ATT users registered an issue and return rate is 1/3 of that compared to 3GS.
Problem is once media fills people brains with garage, they have hard time releasing from the garage and continue to agree with such garage.
If I had been RIM and Nokia, I would have kept my mouth shut, because saying that its Apple's problem and you know, you have the same issue, well lets all act like ostrich stick our head in the ground.