- Jun 16, 2008
It doesn't need to be. I'm just going off of not only was told to us by the CEO of the company, but backing reports as well.Your arguments were refuTed pretty effectively already. Did you not see the posts or are you ignoring them? There's no reason the users should be blamed for installing an OS upgrade Apple made available. If the performance is acceptable then Apple should have tweaked iOS4 or restricted it completely like they did with 2G users.
Talking down to people isn't going to make your case stronger, by the way.
I agree that Apple should have added a note somewhere that states that iOS 4 would perform slow on an iPhone 3G. There is no doubting that. My point is that those that knew that, and upgraded to it anyway knew the risks of how the iPhone would perform. If slowness was to be expected, why complain about it being slow. Everyone who saw Jobs' keynote knew that and knew it would be. It's like having to be warned that a cup of hot coffee is hot.