Linked by David Adams on Fri 16th Jul 2010 17:59 UTC
Apple In a move that should surprise nobody, Apple has sort-of admitted to iPhone antenna problems in their press conference this morning, claiming it affects a small number of users, but they claim to be working hard to fix the problems that they have confirmed. They've offered free bumpers (that have until now been a $30 accessory) to all iPhone buyers, and are offering to waive any restocking fees for anyone who wants to return their iPhone 4. Whether or not there's going to be a hardware fix for future iPhones, Steve Jobs says he doesn't know yet whether that will happen.
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I bought a Nexus One...
by dindin on Sat 17th Jul 2010 02:05 UTC
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I am on att and own an iPhone 3gs. I recently gave my 3GS to my wife and bought an N1. I have my N1 for about two months now and I can say this: what the iPhone does, it does best - minus the iTunes anchor. Android, from a user experience wise still has ways to goto provide a cohesive user experience. The software also needs to mature and improve a bit. For example, when I on google maps on the N1 it locates my current position within 2.5km of where I actually am and it take forever to zero in. The iphone zeros in under 2 seconds.

I still love the N1. The USB tethering, sd card mounting, OTA updates, etc. Are worth it. not to mention no iTunes. But it is still no iPhone.

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