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.
If there’s a problem with the antenna in the iPhone 2.0, the class action suit against Apple will wring that truth from the corps — but why wrestle this into court? If Apple would only give us precise details about their plans for a fix, we would be happy and patient.
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.