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09/25/2012 11:54 am ET Updated Sep 25, 2012

'Steve Jobs Would Never': What Web Users Think The Late Apple Co-Founder Would Hate About iPhone 5, iOS 6

"Steve Jobs never would have… [insert problem here]."

This is what the internet is screaming (both in jest and sincerity) after the recent release of the highly-anticipated iPhone 5 and iOS 6 software. The above "never" phrase is now turning into an anthem of Apple fanboy disappoint, as it's loudly proclaimed in the virtual worlds of Twitter and Facebook.

Because of the untimely passing in 2011 of Apple co-founder and creative genius Steve Jobs, many wondered if the tech giant would be able to hold its footing in an increasingly Android-filled market -- and according to social media, the verdict is still out.

But some customers and critics have been quick to remind anyone who will listen that not everything Jobs touched turned to gold. Remember NeXT hardware? Nope, probably not. In fact, the Apple CEO had several failed ventures throughout his lifetime. Yet his mindset remained idealistic. "If I try my best and fail, well, I’ve tried my best," Jobs said in a CNNMoney/Fortune interview in 1998, per The Next Web.

Check out the slideshow below for some of the "Steve Jobs never would have" quotes from around the web. What do you think about the iPhone 5 and iOS 6? Does Apple truly disappoint, or are you generally happy with the latest iToys? Share your opinions in the comments section or tweet us at [@HuffPostTech]. Then, take a look at the 7 iPhone 5 reviews you must read, as well as users' 9 biggest problems with the iPhone 5 (so far).

For more on what experts like Dan Lyons and the New York Times are saying about what never, ever would have happened under Steve Jobs' watch, check out Steve Kovach's great Business Insider post on what top Apple watchers are saying right here.

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