Longer report to follow but I am in SF today. Yesterday was a disaster. I ran my battery down trying to do a simple task.Actually, AT&T's been getting its %^&* together and addiing towers profusely. I'm pulling down 3-4Mbps, which is a huge upgrade for me. Not that I've had problems before. Speeds were half of what I used to get before HSPA 7.2.
I can appreciate your frustration. On the other hand, I also appreciate that we are not typical of the consumer that Apple is getting their business from.I said "No" because I'm tired of Apple not listening to the consumer until much later or never. If they don't at least up the screen resolution and make the the screen area larger, I will be getting another phone that works better with Google Voice.
Actually, AT&T's been getting its %^&* together and addiing towers profusely. I'm pulling down 3-4Mbps, which is a huge upgrade for me. Not that I've had problems before. Speeds were half of what I used to get before HSPA .......
Lucky to be in LA then. (...)
Still far too spotty. EDGE at LAX. Nominally 3G in San Francisco but....
The "steaming pile of failure" still stinks in San Francisco.
Some of you may recall that last March I reported that AT&T service in San Francisco was terrible. I had heard one or two reports that suggested that things might have gotten better. They haven't. (...)
I am just use to the product cycles. Its like asking me like if I will get a new iPod every year I wont until I need a new one. I wont get a new iphone until I need a new one in and i need a new one already so I will be getting a 3gs since my home button quit working. its such a pain in the ass I just need a new phone
I am on my third iPhone. They have always been in warranty while I have had them; then I gave them away. The first one died an ugly death at the hands of my great nephew.Cool! Good for you. How long had you owned your iPhone? Warranty is for a year, right? Like every other PDA/cellphone.