- Mar 2, 2007
I accept the phone has some issues, no problem.People like him refuse to admit that there's anything wrong with the phone. They're so caught up in the hype they refuse to accept the fact that the phone has some issues that need fixed.
Key word being "accept". Deal with it, man. There's no changing it now.
You can fix your issue, though. You can go return it. Or, you can sell it.
I'm not caught up in any "hype". There's no "hype" left. The phone is out. I've explored all of it's features, and they all "work fine", FOR ME.
I'm sorry that YOU are having problems, or YOU have complaints about it, but you seem hellbent on forcing your opinion on to others, like it's the word of Christ, or something.
I recognize YOU have issues with the phone, and there are several people that share your disliking of this particular part of the device, but not all of us have this "issue". Not all of us are affected by it so badly that we feel it is some horrible injustice perpetrated by Apple, in order to ruin our lives.
I don't care. It's a choice I made. I *chose* to spend 600$ on a cell phone, and I have no problem *choosing* to spend another 10$ on an adapter. The same power that allows me to make these decisions, also empowers me to decide to NOT buy an Apple computer. Needs vs. Want. I don't NEED an Apple computer, and the price is a factor that makes that decision very easy. lol
I WANTED an iPHone, and it was a great enough want that I found the means to buy it. I NEEDED an adapter to play this device in the places I wanted to. That, coupled with the small price tag of 10$, made it very easy to make the decision that I would buy it.
I only use the adapter for about an hour out of the day, 4 days out of the week. I use the Apple earplugs MAYBE 2-3 hours out of the day, and at random intervals, thus, they work just fine for me. Maybe not for YOU. That's why it's YOUR issue. NOT MINE.