Many users of the Jawbone have run into problems with their device, things such as syncing and charging issues. Hosain Rahman, the CEO of Jawbone issued a statement today to the UP community stating that users can get a full refund for their bracelet, and still keep using it.
Two weeks after receiving my Jawbone UP and one week after offering a mostly positive review on the iPhone/iPod touch accessory, comes some additional information worth passing on to our readers. Many Jawbone UP customers are reporting significant problems with their $99 accessory. In fact, Jawbone has apparently become so concerned, it has responded to customers about these problems via its UP Community board.
Folks, it’s been nine days since I began using the Jawbone UP, the celebrated iPhone accessory that is supposed to change the lives of those that use it. Today, I render my verdict on both the wristband and the free app.
Earlier this week, Jawbone introduced its UP wristband, the latest in a line of new appcessories, which work directly with the iPhone/iPod touch and iPad via third-party apps. Now, Apple is said to be readying new “appcessory” locations in future Apple Retail Stores
Jawbone, the maker of Bluetooth headsets and the awesome sounding Jambox, is moving into an unexpected area: Lifestyle habits and fitness. Odd isn’t it? But it sure is an interesting concept, and leave it to Jawbone to figure it out.