- Jun 28, 2017
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How is this dragging them through the mud? And of course it's newsworthy.As much as I'm not an Apple fan, I sometimes think the media look for reasons to drag them through the mud. It's one guy, not representative of the phone and not newsworthy at all.
There's nothing of substance in this post and you don't address any of the questions.... you're having me on, right?
... you're just pulling my leg?
... little haha from your side?
EDIT : Oh, I think you be being serious
I wasn't sure if you were being serious because, in all honesty, it's a bit of a silly comment.
Not much I can if you don't understand the difference between a phone splitting open when charging and a printer not switching on.I wasn't sure if you were being serious because, in all honesty, it's a bit of a silly comment.
I mean we're talking two phones splitting and you feel that's newsworthy?
Not exploding or killing anyone? Just splitting? Here we have two phones of how many million sold ... splitting?
Perhaps - they could take it back to the store under warranty - as opposed to numerous sites around the world reporting on it? Do iPhones have a warranty?
I remember a few years ago I bought a printer. I took it home and pressed the 'on' button ... it didn't work. I took it back and got it a replacement. There was no press. There was no article. And in all honestly, no one I told found it interesting at all ...
Perhaps I should go to Carte Blanche because my mattress I bought the other day had a loose thread ?
As for it being or not being representative, do I really need to answer that? :/
You're aware these are media article and don't generally require labels as to the content?
TF dude? Trolling' or wot?Let's drop it.
You have a slightly warped idea of the world and it's pointless debating with you. If you feel something like this is a huge news, then great!