Well. Looks like Apple can't make a phone worth a crap.
For starters, the iPhone 4 has antenna issues, it seems. Remember how Steve Jobs made a big deal about the antenna design? Turns out, if you hold the phone in your left hand, it might stop working. Great design, Apple. Oh, and what does Steve Jobs say? "Just avoid holding it in this way." (Alternately, one of those iPhone 4 bumpers will apparently fix it.) Yeahhhhhh. It's totally user error, not a design flaw.
Of course, there's reports of yellow spots on the displays of new iPhone 4s, too. The rumor mill says that this is because they're shipping the phones before adhesives have fully cured, and it'll go away for a few days... um, if they haven't fully cured, then you're not supposed to ship them.
Next up, Apple's said that the iPhone 4 is extremely scratch-resistant. Umm... no, it seems, even in normal use, despite being 30x harder than plastic.
So, let's say you've somehow avoided all of these problems, and then you drop your phone.
Yep, it shatters. (Actually, the fact that it's 20x stiffer might be part of the problem, there.)
Good job, Apple.
Sources: Engadget (1
), CrunchGear (1