The end of June, will soon be the beginning of July, and we all know what that means. A new iPhone model will soon be available to consumers today, June 24th.
The iPhone already has a dramatic circumstance, and some have already started in April 2010. Earlier in April, Gizmodo's editor, Jason Chen, secures a secret iPhone 4 prototype model from a non-secret source for a $ 5,000 sum. Gizmodo.com has provided extensive coverage on the iPhone 4, and even on high-bandwidth networks, such as FoxNews, CNN, and MSNBC. His house was later abused by the Rapid Enforcement Allied Computer in California, and his computers were found. The cause of home attack is related to industrial espionage; But how could you be guilty of all that you do, buy something? He did not steal, so what's the problem.
When the iPhone was pre-ordered on the Internet, the system crashed after 600,000 pre-orders were registered. Not only did AT & T's systems suffer from security breaches and accidentally accessed other people's accounts, and were able to view and edit other customer information. AT & T stores have reported how many people are trying to preserve and overload the AT & T system's stress. Finally, after confusion and error time, AT & T, and stop pre-ordering.
Mashable's reporter, Sam Axon, reported that he snatched while standing in line with the iPhone 4 earlier today in Chicago. The tweet on Twitter was: "I'm just in jail while waiting for the queue for the iPhone 4. It's not joking." What does this world come from?
And finally there are reports that the iPhone 4 has problems with its hardware. Gizmodo.com reports that iPhone 4 will drop all services if the phone case is near the customer's side of the antenna stand. It turns out that the antenna can bridge two antennas and this phone may fall. The solution is as simple as a small piece of scotch tape or put the phone in a case. It's easy to fix, but for $ 500 this is really a problem?
There is also verifiable evidence that the iPhone 4 screen has yellow pixels, bands, and patches from normal use. Probably Apple will not fix the problem for free and will say that the user itself has violated the LCD. Would it be necessary to issue the release again or have it been recorded before the extremely expensive instrument was disclosed?
Apple has released the most up-to-date products, but with the knowledge that the iPhone 4 will be as popular as it takes more thought and time for testing and development. It is still much easier to handle design problems before placing the item on mass production than you handle after the consumer has purchased the item. Perhaps Apple will learn a valuable lesson about this release.