Originally Posted by jragosta
Let's see - 3 million sold in the first weekend.
'Dozens' of people having problems. And if you look carefully, half of the 63 total posts seem to be from the same person (it_caveman).
Please let us know when there's a real problem rather than a few isolated incidents.
If there are problems generally, or problems with specific devices, I hope Apple takes these issues more seriously than fanboys.
Problems are problems, and when there are problems, competent businesses address them. There are already a crap-load full of American and foreign businesses who let seemingly small problems fester until the lack of quality defined the company.
GM, Kodak, Rim, Sun, Toyota, Borders, Circuit City, MS, HP, any Wall Street financial institution, to name a few, did not go bankrupt or lose market or lose mindshare because they produced great products that simply failed in the market. They lost or are losing because others were far better at creating good products and services or they royally screwed up.
I hope Apple remains committed to perfection, and not let the religious fervor of fanboys influence their decision to solve problems when they occur.