By | July 14, 2008

In his post “The iPhone iFiasco“, Mitch Wagner wrote about his seven-hour ordeal buying an iPhone 3G and concluded:

Well, some kind of apology would be nice, along with a bit of cash to compensate customers who had problems with activation, similar to the gift certificates Apple gave out last year when they cut iPhone prices too much too fast and left customers feeling ripped off.

But more importantly, Apple needs to sit down and figure out what went wrong on Friday, and make sure it never happens again.

Woah… demanding an apology and compensation for your own stupidity of chasing the latest fads used to be unheard of. But these days, anyone with access to blogging tools will not hesitate for a moment to rattle off crap disguised as opinion, without the decency to check in their thinly-veiled extortionary thoughts through intellectually-challenged brains before unleashing them on the unsuspecting public.

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