John Gruber pointed to this post by Ken Segall, which his readers promptly borked.
Basically, a sarcastic take on Antennagate and Apple’s arrogance, i.e. yeah, they’re arrogant because they know better than we do, similar to a topic I covered years ago apropos of the original iPhone.
Looking back, Apple and Jobs did more than survive; they thrived.
So, this begs the question: do consumers want someone they trust to tell us what matters and what doesn’t?
Pretty sure the answer is yes because, most of the time, it just works.
A noteworthy coda pointed out by Phandroid to last week’s Antennagate press conference is comparing the iPhone 4’s sales numbers, i.e. 3 million in 23 days or about 130,000 each day, to the Android numbers, i.e. 160,000 activations each day.
Thoughts on Apple, arrogance, Antennagate or anything starting with “a”, find the comments.