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Terrible battery life, blacked out LCDs, dead earpieces, charger port failures, email sync issues (most often yahoo), antenna issues, visual voicemail issues, caller id not displaying correctly.
Honestly the 4S had the most known issues in our database at launch of any device I have worked with.

I think that if the defect rate of the iPhone 4S was so high that it would have the most known issues of ANY phone out there, we would've probably heard about it on CNN or something. Do you remember antennagate? That was a national story and it really wasn't even a defect.

So I'm just going to take your post with a whole helping of salt.

Nope, wasn't on the news at all.

http://www.zdnet.com/blog/btl/report-sprint-plagued-by-nationwide-iphone-4s-speed-issue/61801
http://www.gottabemobile.com/2011/10/31/fix-horrible-iphone-4s-battery-life-with-one-setting/
http://www.usatoday.com/tech/news/story/2011-11-01/iphone-4s-battery-life/51028730/1
http://www.pcworld.com/article/243656/apples_iphone_4s_battery_troubles_now_joined_by_new_problems.html

http://www.eweek.com/c/a/Mobile-and-Wireless/10-iPhone-4S-Issues-Apple-Doesnt-Want-You-to-Know-About-350668/
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Apple has officially admitted that iPhone 4S owners are experiencing reduced battery life due to a bug in iOS 5
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I think that if the defect rate of the iPhone 4S was so high that it would have the most known issues of ANY phone out there, we would've probably heard about it on CNN or something. Do you remember antennagate? That was a national story and it really wasn't even a defect.
So I'm just going to take your post with a whole helping of salt.

LOL, it was all over the news, see the post above me.

Antennagate was about as defective as it gets. It's just that if Apple says you're holding your phone wrong, brain-dead Apple fans will believe it.
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Honestly the 4S had the most known issues in our database at launch of any device I have worked with.

No mention of hardware defects there.

Any product in the world is prone to defective units. We're not declaring that Androids are invulnerable in any way, Bucs is just pointing out the fact that the iPhone isn't as incredible as you guys (all iPhone folks) make it out to be, it is just as prone to issues as any phone and more so in the Sprint iPhone's case.
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LOL, it was all over the news, see the post above me.
Antennagate was about as defective as it gets. It's just that if Apple says you're holding your phone wrong, brain-dead Apple fans will believe it.

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^The look on Jobs' face in the top frame is terrifying.

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No mention of hardware defects there.
Any product in the world is prone to defective units. We're not declaring that Androids are invulnerable in any way, Bucs is just pointing out at the iPhone isn't as incredible as you guys make it out to be, it is just as prone to issues as any phone and more so in the Sprint iPhone's case.

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So you're saying a bug in iOS 5 is the same as defective hardware that needs repaired and is failing? I don't think so.

I wasn't saying they are all hardware issues. The device suffers from both hardware and software issues.
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I wasn't saying they are all hardware issues. The device suffers from both hardware and software issues.

At about the same rate as any other smartphone.

You got any proof?
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Terrible battery life, blacked out LCDs, dead earpieces, charger port failures, email sync issues (most often yahoo), antenna issues, visual voicemail issues, caller id not displaying correctly.
Honestly the 4S had the most known issues in our database at launch of any device I have worked with.
Except for 2, 3, and 4, they are all software issues and I've not heard of any of what you mentioned except for worse battery life from iOS 5 (which also affected iPhone 4 too) and some fuzziness or something with the call quality due to the earpiece IIRC.
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LOL, it was all over the news, see the post above me.
Antennagate was about as defective as it gets. It's just that if Apple says you're holding your phone wrong, brain-dead Apple fans will believe it.
Antennagate didn't really affect anyone in a real world scenario. The phone lost signal strength when you held it (just like any other) except there was a small point you could bridge to cut off the signal. You could either take it back or simply put a case on it.
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