IPhone 4: Has everything to offer its consumer except the most important asset of a phone, the ability to make consistent calls.
IPhone 4: Has everything to offer its consumer except the most important asset of a phone, the ability to make consistent calls IPhone 4: Has everything to offer its consumer except the most important asset of a phone, the ability to make consistent calls
Weeks ago when purchased I was enthralled with the new IPhone 4's image clarity. It made the IPhone 3G's technology look like a joke when comparing the two close up. The picture's taken with the gadget were comparable with most digital cameras and the sleek look it gave made my buy seem like a match made in heaven. Very soon my opinion was set on another course. Not only have I dropped numerous call since purchasing the device, the touch screen proved equally flawed. Quite often when using my finger to slide the button over to answer a call, nothing would happen. Living in New York City, one must always have a sense of where they are, the "maps" feature is a wonderful tool to use when one desires to find their current location. Yet, when using this feature I was constantly attempting to find a signal to allow the device to pin-point my location. Most of the time to no avail. My confidence still remains strong in not only the company, but also the future of the IPhone 4. The problems will eventually be taken care of. Yet today I was forced to take a lovely trip back to the store to downgrade to the "safe" 3GS that will not leave me with a talking box with an awful signal. I find it amazing that one of America's most advanced technological companies created a device that vastly out performs almost all others in competition in certain areas, yet its most important and original intention has been overlooked.
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