Did anyone see the piece on the iPhone launch that was on the main ITV news in the UK at 7? One of the shoddiest bits of journalism I've ever seen! Putting aside my Apple fanboy tendencies, it was a total non-story - and attempt to spoil the launch. The trail for the piece was "What Apple Didn't Want You To Know As it Launched it's new iPhone" - along with close up shots of Security Guards' backs at the door of the Apple Store. Turns out the 'bones' of the piece was that Apple wouldn't let two unlockers into the Store to unlock the phone in the store! Shocking! I'll ditch all my Apple gear immediately. Hardly the major con that ITV were suggesting. Of course they pulled out the usual cost of phone and contract totalling £900 - as if Apple were the only company using contract phones. They then showed footage of an Apple PA stopping an interview with Phil Schiller when the journalist started asking him about the unlockers. The briefness of the clip suggested that the Apple PA said nothing controversial, otherwise they would have shown it. Classic example of attempting to shoe horn the facts into a story to make it a negative piece.