Phone Scoop

printed November 27, 2015
See this page online at:

Home  ›  News  ›

Apple Drops Original iPhone Support

Article Comments  

This forum is closed.

This forum is closed.


Apr 12, 2010, 9:56 AM


I have had all three iphones and guess what? They suck. I never had as good of signal with any of them as I did with any other phone I used with at&t. When I was in my local Winn Dixie I could call the wife to make sure I got everything she needed with out any problems at all, but with any of the iphones I had none of them EVER had any signal there. I guess what I am saying is the iphone SUCKS. There are much better phones our there people, stop the madness and wake up.
The iphone is a great platform none the less but with a great OS you must have a network to back it up. Where I live Verizon has the best signal and AT&T is not as good, but then again this can differ from location to location. Droid from what I see h...
If you hate the iPhone so much, why would you get the 2G, 3G, and then 3GS? Someone that has purchased all three phones doesn't sound like someone that doesn't like the phone.
Considering the original phone was released for close to 600$ and in 2006
and its 4 years later. Yes, its time to get a new phone already.
4 years in cell phone years is like 75 years in human years.
I'm suprised any first gen iphones are even wor...
I don't think you've ever owned an iPhone.
Look iphone fan, I wanted to like the iphne, I really did but the RF was bad, really bad, and AT&T does not have 3g any wear I go. So why pay the $30 data and not have 3g plus put up with the bad RF. I now have a Droid and 3g. If the iphones RF would ...

Apr 12, 2010, 10:35 AM

Another chink in Apple's armor

I suppose they couldn't really be expected to support it forever. Still, it should provide some perspective for those who constantly slam the lack of support for Android OS's.
dropping support for a 4 year old device that uses completely different processor architecture is completely different than dropping support for a device because you want to force customers to upgrade to another device.
Page  1  of 1

Subscribe to Phone Scoop News with RSS Follow @phonescoop on Twitter Phone Scoop on Facebook Subscribe to Phone Scoop on YouTube Follow on Instagram


All content Copyright 2001-2015 Phone Factor, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Content on this site may not be copied or republished without formal permission.