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We get it.

by texmurphy / July 17, 2007 3:37 AM PDT

You don't like the iPhone. Is "Why I Hate iPhone" going to be a regular segment on BOL? Do we just want to change the name to "Hate the iPhone Out Loud"? HIOL doesn't have as good a ring to it, if you ask me...

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by oxal / July 17, 2007 8:11 AM PDT
In reply to: We get it.

if i had spent that kind of money on something with current limitations of the iPhone...yeah, maybe I'd want some commiseration. More likely I'd just have my money back.

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I bet they would both buy it again . . .
by Vance14 / July 17, 2007 8:19 AM PDT
In reply to: We get it.

I think the point is that they are pointing out the problems, without talking about their overall experience. The real question is whether they would, based on what they know now, still have bought it.

Molly is definitely still a hater at this point (and she doesn't have one), but my guess is that Tom and Veronica are happy overall.

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