CNET dubs heat a NON-ISSUE

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  1. spiderman0616 macrumors 68030

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    So did the rest of us sensible armchair-pundits.
     
  3. Jarland macrumors regular

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    I half expected them to jump on it like the iPhone antenna. Truth is its hard to tell if it's an issue. Apple is the only corporation I know of that has a cult of haters who would flood the Internet with false reports.
     
  4. spiderman0616 thread starter macrumors 68030

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    In a couple more days I imagine CR will come out with a recommend for the new iPad. Then what will everyone do?
     
  5. drb1992 macrumors 6502

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    Not that I didn't know the heat issue was a non issue, but it is nice to see a big news website using some common sense.
     
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    You will never find this on the front page either.
     
  7. spiderman0616 thread starter macrumors 68030

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    Well, we can at least give some props to CNET--it was in their Twitter feed AND the cover story on the site.
     
  8. WalledMacGarden macrumors regular

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    For people with cold hands like me, I might considered it a feature:D it's not hot, just nice and warm.
     
  9. vincenz macrumors 601

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    Same thing as if CR came out with a "don't recommend." People will continue buying them.
     
  10. whtrbt7 macrumors 6502a

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    I dub thee, Sir ToasterNot :p

    It's 10 degrees, it's closer to piss-warm so I see that as almost having a "human" touch.
     
  11. Shrink macrumors G3

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    Apple is BIG.

    When you're that big, and well known (even to those who have no interest in electronics), you have a big target on your back. Anything becomes fodder for scandal.

    Even my sister, who has yet to figure out how to turn on the power on her made-for-old-people-cell phone, reads about Apple and tells me about this problem of "people getting burned by their iPad".

    I isn't balanced or fair, but everything Apple is BIG.;)
     

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