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    Apple, AT&T quiet on iPhone 3G problems...

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    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~ yea my co-worker just gave his back for no service anywhere he went. Looked like a cool phone though

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    Most issues are due to the fact of the 3G to EDGE handoff

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    Looks like a iPhone 3G public relations meltdown in progress. Sux paying the big bux for a phone that fails.

    Some are saying it's a bug in the German made Infineon 3G chip.

    Some say it's a provisioning issue with too many 3G users trying to share a limited 3G resource.

    Some say it might be a power consumption/battery issue with measures in place to manage the power hungry 3G radio.

    Some say it's a 3G to EDGE switching transition issue.

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    But we all say its cause it isnt a blackberry. ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~

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    Quote Originally Posted by tippmann15 View Post
    But we all say its cause it isnt a blackberry. ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~
    HaHaHa... Absolutely!!!

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    See for all the times we've gotten made at RIM for delaying the Bold when in fact quality is better than quantity. Apple wanted to be the first 3G kid on the block and it's smacking them in the face at the moment. LMAO!!!


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    That the most funniest thing I hard about the Iphone. Apple wanted to beat all other phones to the market trying to make the know nothings in the world think that there the first touch screen phone in the market; but yet cannot make their product work well. SO SAD. LMAO
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    Smile Pinstack Is The Best!!! Thank You Everyone !!!

    Hi Everyone

    My name is Bonnie. I would just like to say "Thank You" all so much. This is the best site on the internet. I have a 8320 Blackberry Curve. I did not know what to do with this. Thanks to all of you. I have found the neatest and funnest things to do on my new Blackberry phone.

    I read the posts all the time. You all are so much fun. I sit and laugh at all your comments. You all are so very helpful as well.

    Thank You again for being here to help me learn and have fun with my Blackberry Curve. I play with my phone all day now. My husband just looks at me and says "Oh No" she is on her phone again..ha ha ha.

    I will learn what I can with my phone and also help all of you out with new programs and Themes and anything you would like. I got some learning to do!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmarkowitz View Post
    Looks like a iPhone 3G public relations meltdown in progress. Sux paying the big bux for a phone that fails.

    Some are saying it's a bug in the German made Infineon 3G chip.

    Some say it's a provisioning issue with too many 3G users trying to share a limited 3G resource.

    Some say it might be a power consumption/battery issue with measures in place to manage the power hungry 3G radio.

    Some say it's a 3G to EDGE switching transition issue.
    Some say it' a crappy phone brought to market too soon by a greedy company.
    MobileMe? MobileMess.
    Enterprise? Security issues.
    No reception? Bad chip. You better hope a software fix works, Mr.Jobs!

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