Please Take Our Survey on the iPhone 4 and Apple's Press Conference

By  |  Monday, July 19, 2010 at 2:13 am

So did Apple mollify the world with the press conference it held on Friday to respond to charges that the iPhone 4’s antenna design is seriously flawed? Fortune’s Philip Elmer-DeWitt has rounded up a bunch of reactions from journalists, bloggers, and analysts, and they range from enthusiastic thumbs up for Steve Jobs’ performance to severe unhappiness with it. One way or another, we’re not done talking about this.

As usual, I’m curious about what you think. So Technologizer is conducting a little survey that’s¬†open to all interested parties–iPhone 4 owners (or people who bought and returned an iPhone 4), prospective iPhone owners, and anyone who paid attention to Apple’s press conference on Friday and formed opinions of it. If you have an iPhone 4, we’ll ask you some questions about it; if you have an opinion about Apple’s response, we’ll ask you to share it.

The survey will take just a few minutes to complete, and we’ll report on the results in a future story.

Take Technologizer’s iPhone 4 survey.


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2 Comments For This Post

  1. Paul_Turnbull Says:

    Coverage of this issue focussed on the experiences of a small group of people who have a vested interest in their being a story. What I haven't seen is any coverage of what impact the problem is having on the millions of regular customers who have bought the phone. Are they satisfied? Are they returning the phone? We have only Apple's word that they aren't.

    Why haven't we had any real journalism on this issue?

  2. Ryan Says:

    What sort of "real journalism" would you like to see? It would be FAR too easy for Apple to get busted lying about the return rates/complaint rates/dropped call rates of the iPhone 4… As much as I understand they have good reason to lie, I can't imagine them doing so with such media scrutiny over the AntennaGate problem.