Last year, Apple’s PR machine went into overdrive when it had to deal with the iPhone 4 “death grip,” later known as “Antennagate." Today, we’re happy to report this issue has apparently been resolved for good, at least on the iPhone 4S.
Long criticized for being too expensive, Apple’s line of Bumper cases for the iPhone 5 will likely be discontinued ahead of the iPhone 5 launch. This news, which isn't surprising seems to close the book on one of Apple's most controversial products, according to 9 To 5 Mac.
Apple's Case Program is set to end on September 30. Current iPhone 4 owners can still order a case through the program's iPhone app up until this date. Prospective iPhone owners can rest assured in the knowledge that free bumpers will still be available past September 30. All you'll have to do is speak with an AppleCare representative. Read on to find out more...
If you've encountered the iPhone 4 proximity issue, then we've got some bad news: According to a recent report, an Apple spokesperson has stated that iOS 4.1 will not fix the problem. Read on to find out more...
While almost every company on the planet would go nuts if they had a customer satisfaction rating anywhere near 93%, it's actually the sign of an issue for Apple. New satisfaction statistics are out, and some of the numbers may be quite surprising.
Officially, as far as Apple is concerned, there is no such thing as Antennagate. It might not be quite the same story internally. Indeed, The New York Times reports that Mark Papermaster, Apple's SVP of devices hardware engineering, is no longer part of the Apple family. A fact Apple has now confirmed to be true.
Motorola has taken another bite out of the Apple with a recently published full page ad, which directly attacks the iPhone 4, and Apple's Case Program. Read to find out what the RAZR-toting fools had to say.
Many have said that Steve Jobs was far too arrogant when discussing reception issues at the recent Apple press conference. Now, the folks at College Humor have come up with their own version of the conference which takes arrogance to the next level.
A bit of bad news hit home today as many users of Apple's Case Program app received emails stating that their free treat wouldn't reach them until September. Read on to find out more, and be sure to tell us your wacky delivery dates in the comments box!
If you purchased your Bumper from Apple.com, you'll be glad (or disappointed) to find that Apple has now begun automatically issuing refunds. Indeed, an increasing number of users are reporting they have received the above email from Apple today.