iPhone 3G has a fatal hardware issue
However, this is not the whole story. Our inside source has told us what the real situation is. It seems that the iPhone’s supreme integration between hardware and software has allowed it to develop a “smart” artificial intelligence. According to the source, this should be considered a “fatal issue”, because it is said that certain units have already shown the first signs of intellect. Their users define them simply as “uncontrollable” and “aggressive”. The only measure which is known to deal with the dangerous device is turning it off. You can’t be sure exactly when your own smartphone might turn against you, so what we recommend is that you just turn your iPhone off for today, and hope that when it comes back on, it won’t think it is a Terminator…
source: April 1
Well, just in case someone has actually believed this story – today is April 1, you know… jokes and stuff.
1. att_agent posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:42 0 0
the i phone is so overrated............sure so many application unfortunatly there is no way to get freeware wich is safe to use with a firewall
2. vzw fanman posted on 01 Apr 2009, 10:38 0 0
see every phone has hardware problems. not just the storm
3. The Doc posted on 01 Apr 2009, 11:16 0 0
So you're trying to tell me that the iPhone is having a case of the iRobot? Give me a break. "Supreme integration between hardware and software"? Doesn't sound too supreme if there are "fatal hardware issues". Enough with the iPhone already. I hope the new touchscreen Blackberry will be flawless as they have officially discontinued the Storm...
5. vzw fanman posted on 01 Apr 2009, 12:26 0 0
thats sad. i honestly dont see any problems with my storm
11. vzw fanman posted on 02 Apr 2009, 10:27 0 0
seriously its a great phone..do you own a storm superawesomeguy?
6. shatou posted on 01 Apr 2009, 16:48 0 0
yes it's APRIL FOOLS I can't believe that some people fall for that!!!
7. Slayor721 posted on 01 Apr 2009, 16:48 0 0
wow. this one sounded totaly fake from the start. First of the phonearena people r obssed with the iPhone. and second of all turning of ur phone would not "kill" it.
8. souleater93 posted on 01 Apr 2009, 18:33 0 0
even though it is and April fools my old ipod touch did act a little strange after i synced it with my old computer that had vista. the main problem was switching songs or albums randomly and volume would go crazy. it took 20 resets but it is finally back to normal and this is really not a joke
10. FlexSurferOne posted on 02 Apr 2009, 03:12 0 0
My iPhone starts to show some morphing symptoms. I'm glad that i read this & turned my device on time b4 it might turn over me and try to kill me.