John Gruber's Translation of Apple Letter

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    A site that caters to the intelligence/immaturity level of the current crop of iPhone users (especially compared to a year ago).
     
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    shoot. i even did a search. will request deletion. sorry.
     
  5. Rooftop voter macrumors 6502a

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    Why do all these reports keep saying "tightly held" I can lose reception with just a light touch not even covering the whole antenna. Whatever, I got a case so it's all good now, jus saying.
     
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    Gruber is an Apple Apologist, he always says, hold tightly just to dissuade the media from this issue.
     
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    And if you don't hold it tightly, you'll drop it.
     
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    Awesome!

    I don't give a flying fsck for the posturing of the empty vessels that populate the echo-chamber known as the internet. This analysis accurately reflects my experiences using the iPhone 4, with and without a £2.99 gel case.

    It took Vodafone UK a couple of days to update my femtocell, during which time I was making calls from inside my flat where my 3GS had been unusable.
     
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    An Apple biased journalist first used the term "Death Grip" and "tightly held" to conjure up strong negative reactions. Very few people "use a strong grip" on their phone. Thus the image that evokes causes people to buy into Apples excuse that people are holding the phone all wrong and causing the problem. It's typical Apple finger pointing. As simple as that.
     

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