I have been loving my new iPhone 3G a lot — but after the recent 2.0.2 upgrade that was supposed to “fix” the 3G voice and data problems on at&t, I am beginning to taste the sting of a bitter lemon from Apple.
Before the wretched 2.0.2 “upgrade” my iPhone 3G worked okay on the at&t network. While I didn’t have a strong 3G signal, my EDGE signal was enough to make the upgrade to the iPhone 2.0 worthwhile.
As I now struggle to get any sort of reliable data connection on EDGE or 3G, I am starting to wonder what is wrong with Apple and why they are propagating such uncertainty into the world of their new 3G iPhone.
What really irks our chain is when at&t and Apple are both silent about the root of the problem — it’s as if they’ve concocted some sort of unholy pact to protect each other instead of providing us with a robust and reliable 3G signal.
More disappointment is found on WhiteAppleOfDeath.com.