iPhone 4 Class Action Suit Filed, “I am Going To Hold the Phone Anyway I like it!”

I saw this coming when I first about Steve Jobs telling customers, “Avoid holding it that way”.

Apple and Jobs needs to come clean about their hardware flaws with its antenna.

Clearly, it’s a simple matter, the two antennas, one for Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS and the other for UMTS/GSM for network data/voice.  When you short the two antennas with a human hand or anything conductive for the matter, they will interfere with each other.   This is common sense, you don’t have take any college engineering classes (like I did) to understand what’s wrong here.

Note: There’s could be one method though to fix the problem, turn off bluetooth,wifi, and GPS while using voice/data.   Well, that makes the phone useless I guess, doesn’t it?

This isn’t rocket science, I just can’t believe no single engineer at Apple thought this was actually going to work without any insulation.   They must have the dumbest engineers working for Apple.

On top of that, Steve Jobs himself demonstrated the iPhone 4’s antenna flaw, right on his keynote.

Now, here’s what peeves most consumers and fanboys who usually rave about Apple’s products, Apple fail to acknowledge their engineering failure and to reimburse customers what they paid for.

What Apple should really do is recall all iPhone 4 units and fix the issue by either applying insulation on the antennas.

Apple still has a chance to be forgiven by the public if they start doing something about it now instead of telling people to buy iPhone 4 bumpers for additional $29.

Otherwise, this first iPhone 4 class action is only going to mark the start of many, many future class action suits.

And Steve Jobs, you are a great person but sometimes great people make mistakes.  When you make mistakes, acknowledge it, don’t keep making your obvious wounds get bigger.

Look at David Letterman, how he “publicly” told on his own show the day after his affairs were in trouble while Tiger took a while to say “sorry”.

One word we want to hear from Apple and Steve Jobs, “sorry”.   And if they can’t do a simple thing like that, they don’t deserve any of your hard-earned money no matter how many great products they make, regardless of whether they drop calls or not.

The following were reasons for the lawsuit:

• General Negligence (APPLE and AT&T)
• Defect in Design, Manufacture, and Assembly (APPLE)
• Breach of Express Warranty (APPLE)
• Breach of Implied Warranty for Merchantability (APPLE and AT&T)
• Breach of Implied Warranty of Fitness for a Particular Purpose (APPLE and AT&T)
• Deceptive Trade Practices (APPLE and AT&T)
• Intentional Misrepresentation (APPLE and AT&T)
• Negligent Misrepresentation (APPLE and AT&T)
• Fraud by Concealment (APPLE and AT&T)

Good news for iPhone 4 users, you are going to be reimbursed if they win, perhaps a free iPhone 4 bumper?

via gizmodo

iPhone 4 – “Gets lost in bars and loses bars when you hold it.  Stop the harassment from Apple, start taking control when it comes to bars.  It’s Apple who got drunk, not us.”

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