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At&t's Irresponsive Behavior On Iphone 4g Launch

At&t's Irresponsive Behavior On Iphone 4g Launch

Posted by guruje
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Previous generation of iPhone 3GS had sold million units in its launch weekend, while 600,000 pre-orders made on the 1st day of iPhone 4g launch. After the launch of iPhone 4g It is expected that it will give a tough fight against Google's laser-focused user interface; Android. Industry analysts estimate that Apple will be able to sell a well over 9.5 million iPhone 4g in its first and current quarter this year.

Apple's smart phone market shares have held as high as 60% of the total industry. Not only the company makes efforts to make the smart phone even smarter, but somehow it also manages to be the customers' most liked company. Like others, Apple has not lost its zing as yet. Take an example of HTC evo 4G, the hype wasn't even noticeable after its launch's weekend. Surprisingly some resources suspect that if Apple would balance its successful course of attracting customers, than iPhone may be able to take over around 10% of world's 3G mobile data traffic, by 2013.

AT&T has always been a black mark on the glorious appearance of Apple and its devices. One of the evidences was the recent WWDC event where the connectivity issue almost ruined Steve's speech to the developers regarding iOS 4?

We just got this clarification on behalf of AT&T's carrier's issues and problems faced by the iPhone or its carrier users. AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson this week told on CNBC

"The demand [for iPhone] was really impressive, and it had an effect on voice quality. We have been going hard at the voice quality issue in New York, and made tremendous progress. And so, we're getting to a point where voice quality is getting to where it should be, and mobile broadband is the fastest in the nation. As measured by any number of independent people.”

After knowing everything that your systems need to be fixed, iPhone 4g would be launched this week and even the hype it would create. AT&T still not seek a solution out, disgusting isn't? What's wrong with you, AT&T? I mean what you are actually willing too?

www.itsaboutiphone.co.uk

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