Hearne: Say What? Local Jazz Club Diva Fumes Over iPhone 4 Woes

Not all Apples are created equal…

Far from it . Certainly not in the case of this summer’s much-anticipated, fourth generation of Apple Computer’s wildly popular iPhone. Practically upon the iPhone 4’s arrival a blizzard of complaints about its instantly-infamous reception and call-dropping tendencies raced across the globe.

“There had been numerous complaints here on Apple

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8 Responses to Hearne: Say What? Local Jazz Club Diva Fumes Over iPhone 4 Woes

  1. Anonymous says:

    He likely took alot more people. But hey it was a nice move.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Did I hit my head or something or does that last comment make any sense to anyone else?

  3. Anonymous says:

    Well, I’m typing this on and sending this from an iPhone 4 while sitting in Jardine’s, right now, while drinking Scotch and listening to some terrific jazz (Crosscurrent). So obviously the phone’s data connection works in here just fine.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Better not squeeze it too hard

  5. Anonymous says:

    Like don’t ever like buy the first piece of new technology. Like wait for like the second generation to like come out. Then like you like shouldn’t have any problems.

    So like the Korea Herald? Is that like North Korea or like South Korea?

  6. Anonymous says:

    mark x
    Anyone who joins the Cult of Steve Jobs get what they deserve … P. T. Barnum would be jealous.

    One word: Android

  7. Anonymous says:

    AAPL is the #1 retailer on earth. Good on Steve Jobs after taking all that PC shit so long. Also they are now the Worlds richest in terms of market cap–LMAO Take a gander at their stock trajectory since 08 lows, looks like Pikes Peak…..Party like its 1999

    Its the network??? Listen to me very quietly and start buying CSCO. My bet is we move to a dual device world and very quickly. So dude at Jardines can browse and network on the tablet and take calls on his semi-smart-phone.
    You’ll see companies like CLEAR start to gain traction.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Reminds of the story about the old retired Jewish guy who buys a bar. Not knowing anything about the business he goes there on a nightly basis just to observe…first few nights the bartender pours the drinks collects the money and puts it in the register. The next few nights the Old man notices the bartender puts 1/2 the money in the register and pockets 1/2 the money. The following week he starts pouring drinks and pocketing the whole thing..so the old guy goes up to the bartender says’ “Vhat happened.. were not partners anymore”?

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