Originally Posted by Gatorguy
Is the improvement between iP4 versions that Anandtech demonstrated some measure of evidence that Apple changed something that affected it? Rather than trying to wag the dog with the tail (hardware change is evidence of a flaw), the proven improvement is the evidence you should be considering that a change probably took place.
I can't say it any easier than post hoc, ergo propter hoc
.Saying that the change in the antenna design is proof that the antenna design is flawed is erroneous, especially when so many millions of people are using it just fine without incident and when dropped called existed before any iPhone ever existed. it's simply fallacious and axiomatically wrong to argue it's a design flaw.
BTW, note that from the day Apple introduced the first iPhone it was assumed it would be a piece of crap phone because 1) "PC guys aren't just gonna walk in and make a phone," 2) anything so small clearly couldn't work well, 3) Apple has clearly put "form over function" with pointless eye candy for the iSheep, and 4) the phone was deduced to being just another app.
PS: I'm done with this discussion. It's pointless to play chess after a checkmate so why continue this discussion.