The iPhone 4 hasn’t been out 30 days and there’s already a class action lawsuit. I agree with the reasoning below.
I’ll tell you how absurd this is. When you buy the phone, you’ve got two weeks to 30 days to take it back and get your money back if it doesn’t work or if you don’t like it. You’re not stuck with it. You’ve got some time. They’re trying to get this class-action lawsuit going, even before that contract period to take the phone back has expired, which is immediately suspect.
–Rush Limbaugh Why Apple Comes Under Attack, June 29, 2010
Hey, everyone who bought an iPhone 4, you still have 24 days to return it for a FULL REFUND! There is no need to sue Apple. Just get your money back and get a life.
— noexpectations, Comment on Apple Insider Forum, July 1, 2010
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Leo Leporte talked about this this weekend. He said that the phone is already fixed. His phone won’t drop calls no matter how he holds it. When he first got it, it did.
Still using my Pay Go phone and it works great for my purposes!