Monday, July 09, 2007
iPhone And Batteries
Apple is facing a new round of criticism about the iPhone: it seems replacing the battery means paying $79 and going without the phone for three days.
Among other complaints from disgruntled iPhone users:
- Does not act as a personal flotation device.
- Does Not contain a Magic Genie.
- Does not unfold - as advertised - into a George Jetson-like personal spacecraft.
- The iPhone tends to be a smart-ass. Occasionally, even though you may select the music icon to play The Foo Fighters, it will instead play Glen Campbell.
- Battery Walks Away From Phone All On Its Own.
- Will not drive the car for you if you are drunk.
Molson - you can hike all day and watch YouTube on a small screen at the same time. What's not to like about it.
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