• Sabih MirSabih Mir, 8 years ago

    It doesn't look great but this hyperbole needs to stop.

    8 points
    • Dirk HCM van BoxtelDirk HCM van Boxtel, 8 years ago

      Exactly. It's all getting a bit silly now. We get it, it's out of line with what Apple usually brings.

      0 points
    • Todd BurtonTodd Burton, 8 years ago

      I think Apple invites it though. They have these insane glamour-shot-type videos of all of their products, talking about their meticulous attention to detail. When that's what you hang your hat on, it begs for people to make a much larger deal about small flaws.

      That and some people just like to overreact for the sake of attention.

      3 points
  • Danny WebsterDanny Webster, 8 years ago (edited 8 years ago )

    This incessant bleating just makes me second guess this industry - yes, I know for every obnoxious loudmouth in our field there are a dozen shaking their heads, not interested in buying into it.

    I've had my gripes about Apple in the past (and yes, would choose a Droid over an iPhone any day for a bunch of my own reasons), but it has mainly been because they were sticking to the same approach for so long. They're trying some new things like letting us see a version of iOS before it's completely baked, and making different versions of a phone; and now people are losing their shit about them releasing something different.

    This is the first version of iOS that I have ever taken an active interest in, and being uninterested in the previous versions meant that I just didn't pay them much attention - way less less effort than being an ass. Can we please as an industry grow up a little, and stop whinging because a company are trying to make a thing? I'm not going to buy one, but my wife totally will.

    2 points
  • Jim SilvermanJim Silverman, 8 years ago

    the entire case is a design flaw. boom roasted.

    2 points
  • Zach MillerZach Miller, 8 years ago

    It'll be worse in real life, without the FCC info photoshopped out.

    2 points
  • Timothy MillerTimothy Miller, 8 years ago (edited 8 years ago )

    The back of your iPhone will be obscured by your hand most of the time, so who cares.

    0 points
  • Surjith S MSurjith S M, 8 years ago

    Hide and Seek Game by Tim Cook :-P

    0 points
  • Chris FreesChris Frees, 8 years ago

    Glad I'm not the only one who noticed this!

    0 points