Okay, so I emailed Steve about their press release and about how dissatisfied I am with their response. He sent me a typical one line response back. I won't bother proving its validity with headers and everything, because honestly, it's not that exciting. I just thought I would share. Here's what I wrote: Mr. Jobs, I have to express my extreme disappointment with the press release Apple just released regarding the iPhone 4 antenna issues. It is clear to almost any user that this problem goes beyond a simple problem with how the bars are being calculated. To make that claim not only assumes that iPhone users are gullible, but tarnishes the reputation of Apple as a whole. As a loyal Apple user, I have been defending the entire antenna issue to others by saying that I had confidence that Apple would stand behind their product and make whatever exchanges, repairs, or fixes necessary to alleviate the issue. Unfortunately, after this press release it is clear to me that Apple is simply passing the blame, not admitting to the flaws of the product, and ruining its reputation in the process. I sincerely hope you will change your mind on this stance and work to alleviate the real problems people are having with your product, rather than bowing to the whims of the PR department to try and diffuse the issue without a real fix. *My Name* *My Email* Here was his response: We respectfully disagree. Sent from my iPhone Like I said, not very exciting. I got all excited when I saw a response in my inbox, but I should have known that it would be so short. It is interesting that he is still emailing people back, though. People were speculating that PR would clamp down on him after the law suits started and things. EDIT: Okay, I'll humor you all. Here is a screenshot, though it doesn't show much.