Science enters iPhone 4 Aerial debate! Turns out Consumer Reports may not have had the most rigorous science in their testing.
But, of course, rational discourse doesn’t boost page views at websites, so we get the wildly irrational comments from those who just want to take Apple down a peg.
Ultimately I think Techcrunch has the last word after pointing out that the big fuss over Facebook Privacy that was going to cause everyone to leave Facebook just two months ago, and yet Facebook has had their best month ever:
The reality of the situations in these massively-hyped controversies is often quiteÂ boring. No one is quitting Facebook over privacy concerns because most people are oblivious or simply donâ€™t give a shit (sometimes for good reason, sometimes not). In fact, Facebook is growing just as fast as before. Maybe faster. And millions of people are going to continue to buy the iPhone 4 because itâ€™s the phone they want. If thereâ€™s a problem with the reception, theyâ€™ll deal with it by moving their hands a few inches or buying a bumper.
But no one wants to read those stories. Hell, I donâ€™t want to write those stories. Theyâ€™re boring. No service is dying, no users are getting maimed. But often, thatâ€™s the way it is.
BTW, I’m placing my iPhone 4 order today.