The newsworthy aspect is that the bug is still not fixed. How many iterations of the "greatest device ever made" will it take for them to fix it?Whoaman said:
This is similar to the Toyota bashing that's been going on in the sense that recalls on automobiles by the BigThree are so common that they aren't even newsworthy.
You are mixing arguments, iPhones aren't twice the price of other smartphones. Apple's computers might, on some level, be able to be argued they are twice the price, but the computers aren't the ones with the time issue.And nevertheless people will keep paying for Apple's crap. And pay at least twice the price. Sad.
/giggleas IT Day light savings was horrible it was basically a Y2K event, mac Pros were dying, passwords were changed (i don't know why that was affected by DLS). Windows machines closed programs and restarted themselves.
Blackberries weren't getting emails, iPhones had it worse: People were getting messages bunched together 50 at a time, The alarms never went off so people over slept, some phones constantly crashed, Some phones moved forward at 9am (10am monday morning).