Originally Posted by saarek
Anyone with this "error" need to realise that they're looking at their screen wrongly. If you find you see this with the keyboard then don't use it that way.
Originally Posted by ClemyNX
I wouldn't call that an "issue". It's bug, nothing very important...
Originally Posted by thataveragejoe
I've seen this on mine from time to time. Minor minor bug that will get fixed I'm sure. Hardly worth even mentioning.
Originally Posted by macinthe408
I am shocked that this was not skewered in the SNL iPhone skit last weekend.
This article and the replies is a glaring example of why this site has gone to pot. This article merely pointed out a glitch. It was not overly-critical of the iPhone or Apple. Again, it pointed out a glitch - which is helpful to others who have experienced it as they know that there is not something wrong with their screen and it's an easily fixable software issue. Yet the replies are almost all about how it shouldn't have even been pointed out. Excuse me, but if not here on an Apple news forum then where can it be pointed out? Are you all so enamored with Apple that mention of a glitch sends you on the defensive? Instead of AppleInsider forums being a community where people can openly talk about Apple products it has turned into a cult which does not tolerate even the slightest appearance of dissension. And below, we see the leader of the cult:
Originally Posted by Tallest Skil
Because the aggrandizing of every insignificant problem into UX-shattering nonsense is certainly original.
There was no aggrandizing. No one claimed this was a significant problem. In fact, the very first line of the post calls it a "glitch." A glitch means a minor mishap, a bug. How is that "aggrandizing...into UX-shattering nonsense"? I don't know how one becomes a moderator here but clearly it comes as a permanent position with no review of conduct. This "moderator's" constant bullying of those that don't praise Apple is destroying this forum. Add to that the fact that maybe a moderator should be moderating posts rather than creating over 17,000 of them and dominating the conversation. This site use to be informative and mostly enjoyable. Now it's nothing more than a fan blog.