Saturday, July 12, 2008
Apple's New iPhone Debuts: Still, iDon'tCare
Every few months, Apple's Steve Jobs releases a new and improved product. Sometimes it's an iMac, sometimes it's an iPod, this time it's a new version of the iPhone. Wait, didn't the first one just come out? I mean, the last one was heralded as perfection, wasn't it? What can it do now, Julienne french fries?
It would seem that this time, Apple had a few Microsoft-like glitches with the debut. Good. The Cult of Mac needs to be reminded that Apple is just a corporation, not a religion.
Apple iPhone v2.0 software on Saturday: Still M.I.A.
Approximately 36 hours after the release of the iPhone 2.0 firmware, existing iPhone customers still can't download it. iTunes says it's unavailable. Apple should have done better.
We already know that on Friday, there were severe activation problems with the iPhone 3G. This isn't exactly a surprise, perhaps, after the new in-store activation procedures and AT&T's dismal performance last year. . .
Read more at: CNet