Achtung, achtung: If you still have not purchased the iPhone 4, do not take the plunge yet.
At least, not until you have thoroughly researched the growing incidence of problems associated with the iPhone 4.
Success seems to have gone to the heads of the c*nts at Apple and they’re getting downright sloppy with their high-priced widgetry
Mind you, the iPhone 4 doesn’t come cheap. We paid $300 for the 32GB version plus $1,800 for a must-sign 24-month-contract for the phone and mobile Internet service.
First, over the last few months our iPhone has started making phantom calls (i.e. calls on its own without our doing anything) and hangs up when the other party answers.
Here’s how it happens – The iPhone 4 picks a random number from the contacts list, makes the call and hangs up immediately after the other party responds!
We realized it just the other day although we suspected something weird was afoot.
The other day we received a call from relatives asking us why we’d hung up when they answered. At first, we were shocked because we’d not called them up at all. We disconnected and checked. Indeed, there was a missing call listed with our relatives’ number. This was the second time our iPhone called someone on its own.
When it happened the first time with a friend in Philadelphia a month or so back, we found it odd and suspicious but didn’t pursue it further.
After the second incident, we researched this horrible problem of phantom calls and found other iPhone users have also been experiencing this nonsense and complaining about it online.
What the f*ck are those greedy motherf*ckers at Apple doing? Beating their meat and ogling at the rising stock price when they should be offering decent products without littering ’em up with shitty bugs.
Phantom calls are not the only problems we’ve been facing with our iPhone 4 lately.
We have a few hundred songs on our iPhone 4, most of which we’ve purchased from iTunes and some that we’ve imported from our collection of CDs.
After we updated our iPhone to version 4.2.1 the other day, our entire music collection disappeared from our iPhone.
Poof! Just like that.
When we pressed the iPod tab on the iPhone touchscreen, there was nothing.
Our Ennio Morricone favorites, our huge Bollywood collection, the Hans Zimmer soundtrack from Inception, all gone
Zilch. Nada. Zip.
Of course, we’d backed up everything. So we were presumably not in danger of losing the entire collection.
But still we had to go online, research the problem and find a solution for the issue.
Time wasted again.
No Wakeup Alarm
Finally, our alarm on the iPhone has not been ringing for the last three days due to some newly discovered bug for which a fix is supposedly forthcoming.
If Steve Jobs had any shame, he’d go down on his knees, wipe the dust off our feet and humbly beg forgiveness from us.
Hey, Steve we’ve been your iPhone customer for several years now and this is our 2nd iPhone.
Second iPhone, got that Steve? Schmuck, is this how you treat your loyal customers?
Since Steve Jobs traveled widely in India in his younger days seeking peace or Nirvana or whatever shit these misguided White idiots go to India for, we have a soft corner for the bloke and inclined to go easy on him. Otherwise, we’d have launched a fusillade against the chutiya.
Now, we’re waiting for Apple to fix all the problems with the iPhone 4 and for Steve to call us for an appointment to wipe the dust off our feet and apologize for all troubles caused us over the last few days. 🙁
Now, if you’ll excuse us some ice-cold Jagermeister and fried pistachio nuts beckon. 😉