It was expected that Apple will speak some words on the decision of Library of Congress which declares iPhone jailbreak and unlock legal for users on 26 July 2010.
According to cultofmac Apple spokesman said on issue:
“Apple’s goal has always been to insure that our customers have a great experience with their iPhone and we know that jailbreaking can severely degrade the experience. As we’ve said before, the vast majority of customers do not jailbreak their iPhones as this can violate the warranty and can cause the iPhone to become unstable and not work reliably.”
Further, he said:
Apple’s just announced that the white iPhone 4 will remain a beautiful dream until “later this year.” It’s not the first delay, and one wonders if the original manufacturing challenges have been compounded by the antenna issue.
The white iPhone 4 is turning into something of a white whale. And while there was a glimmer of hope last week, when it was announced that the white model would be available this month in “limited quantities,” that plan has apparently been scrapped:
Statement by Apple on White iPhone 4
CUPERTINO, Calif., July 23 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ [...]
The new Motorola Droid X is facing a lot of troubles lately. First, the users reported that they are facing screen issues with Droid X and now, it’s Wi-Fi. Droid X users report that they are facing problems connecting to Wi-Fi network and poor performance once the connections is established.
There is no fixed solution released till now and there is no word from Motorola and Verizon about this issue. But several users report that changing the encryption mode from AES to TKIP resolves the issue to some extent. Many users also mentioned that changing the router from 802.11n to 802.11g reduces [...]
Apple has rolled out iTunes 9.2.1 update as iTunes 9.2 was released to sync with the iPhone 4 few days before the launch of device.
The iTunes 9.2.1 includes many important fixes, new features and improvements. The change list of iTunes 9.2.1 is quite lengthy so here are some of iTunes 9.2.1 features as:
Disables older versions of some incompatible third-party plug-ins
Addresses minor issues with dragging and dropping items
Addresses a performance issue when first syncing to some devices with
and many more
You may grab iTunes 9.2.1 through software upgrade or via following direct link [...]
Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie RIM co-CEOs condemned and rejected Apple’s act to try to prove that RIM smartphones also have antenna issues like iPhone 4. According to RIM, Apple speaks about other’s devices just to divert the attention of customers from their personal faulty iPhone 4.
RIM issued a statement in response to Apple as Steve Jobs yesterday at iPhone 4 press conference has demonstrated Blackberry Bold 9700 to show people that all smartphones and manufacturers from all walks of life have the same signal issues like iPhone 4, at last he admitted iPhone 4 have antenna [...]
With the launch of iPhone 4 on 24 June 2010 where iPhone 4 antenna problems were pointed out at the same time a lot of iPhone 4 users reported iPhone 4 proximity sensor issue.
Here is a good news for iPhone 4 owners as Steve Jobs announced at iPhone 4 special conference that a fix is coming soon to resolve the iPhone 4 proximity sensor problem.
So, just wait a little for a new iOS update with proximity sensor fix.
On the heels of the iOS 4.0.1 update, the iPad software has been updated to version 3.2.1. The update notes:
Improved Wi-Fi connectivity
Fixed an issue that stops the copy/paste of single-page PDFs in Mail
Addressed issues that causes video playback to freeze
Improved reliability involving the video-out using the iPad Dock Connector to VGA Adapter
Added Bing to Safari’s search options
The update is compatible with both iPad Wi-Fi and 3G, and is now available through iTunes. Hook up your iPad, then click the Update button on the Summary tab to update the software. Enjoy!
Tony Sacconaghi of Bernstein Research has estimated and issued a note that the whole iPhone 4 recall could cost Apple US $1.5 billion. He also said that if Apple does not consider the iPhone 4 recall even then the estimated lose for each week for iPhone 4 is $200 million.
Tony Sacconaghi also commented that it would not going to be happen that Apple will recall the iPhone 4 as a whole although the company is the biggest technology giant. He suggested that as alternates Apple can provide free bumper cases to iPhone 4 owners to avoid the antenna problem which is the main issue with the [...]
We’ve received only one report, so take it with a hill of salt: A Gizmodo reader claims that, after Apple replaced his iPhone 4, he couldn’t reproduce the sharp loss of signal. He says that the hardware seems slightly different:
I’ve been following all of the iPhone 4 stuff since I got mine the day before release. I was able to replicate the signal issue. I also had the proximity sensor issue, causing inadvertent mute button pushing. There were a few other software issues I was experiencing so I consulted Apple at the Fifth Avenue store in New York. They replaced my phone. [...]
All of readers are very well informed regarding iPhone 4 antenna problem which was pointed out right after the launch of device and then continuously users experienced the same problem and posted their comments and video demonstrations to recreate the iPhone 4 antenna problem.
Now this time Consumer Reports engineers performed iPhone 4 antenna test which confirms that the device is really having the severe reception problem.
Consumer Reports applied the same antenna test on other mobile phones as well including previous iPhones and they clearly said in the results that iPhone 4 is worst [...]