The game of cat and mouse that tech writers play with big companies has gotten out of hand. Today Apple seemed to take that poisoned relationship head...
I was pretty pleased with Apple's response today except for one thing. Jobs spent a fair amount of time claiming that other phones have similar problems.
After failing reviews by Consumer Reports about the iPhone 4's "death grip" reception issues, Apple has called a press conference tomorrow to announce...
The real question that plagues me is why everyone cares so much about this antenna issue. The problem -- to the extent it exists -- is simply one of cell phone reception. It's not the same as the accelerator sticking on a Toyota.
Someone has to say it, so it may as well be me: Apple's iPhone 4 is a total fraud! For those of us who "upgraded" from the 3GS to the iPhone 4, it was a waste of time and, more importantly, money.
Update: My commentary: What Apple Will Say about the iPhone 4 and Whether We Should Care Apple is holding a press conference on Friday to discuss the...
The Droid X from Motorola and Verizon is right up there with the Apple iPhone 4 and the HTC/Sprint Evo as one of the coolest and most useful smartphones on the market, but it's not without its flaws.
As controversy surrounding the new iPhone grows, Apple is telling users experiencing antenna issues to put duct tape over the lower left side of the device. I tried, and a small strip solves the problem.
"(T)here is a problem with its reception." -Consumer Reports magazine, finding design flaws with the antenna of Apple's new iPhone 4, questioning Apple's previous explanations for the malfunction.
Consumer Reports announced that it cannot recommend the iPhone 4 due to antenna issues. They say that it's a hardware bug, and they don't believe that it is as easily fixable as Apples says it is.
After updating my iPhone to the iOS 4 operating system, the device quickly transformed itself from the pride of my pocket into an utter joke.
I just wanted to say thanks for a little something Apple did to help a fledgling novelist.
Apple's explanation for the iPhone 4 reception issues is, literally, stunning: "Upon investigation, we were stunned to find that the formula we use to calculate how many bars to display is totally wrong."
Rana Sobhany made waves as the world's first iPad DJ. Now, she's back with Solace a brand new video shot and edited entirely on the iPhone 4, with music composed and produced on the iPad.
Everyone was raving about some new iPhone software Apple released a while ago -- a new operating system, I think. So two days I downloaded it. And now my iPhone (3GS) is different. In ways that thus far have been annoying.
I didn't get it! The iPhone 4, that is. Some of you may recall my post last week on how, as a journalistic experiment of sorts, I tried to play the "Apple game" by "reserving" on-line my very own iPhone 4.