Latest Apple iPhone 5 glitch could be a more serious problem

The latest problem to befall the Apple iPhone 5 is a lot more serious than purple tinted pictures; some game developers are finding that the latest version of Apple's iconic smartphone is not responding to rapid diagonal gestures...
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92. Twisted247

Posts: 282; Member since: Oct 12, 2012

INNOVATIVE!!! Apple has managed to not only release the longest going phone series to dupe its users. But also to sell the faultiest phone/os system in largest numbers ever!! Apple will also be holding a special for the holidays with guinness book of world records, they are shooting for the highest glitch/bug to lowest phone model line ratio ever. (They are shattering the current record which is also held by Apple) Happy Holidays Android users, this just cements your intelligence and sound decision making skills!

93. CX3NT3_713

Posts: 2350; Member since: Apr 18, 2011

Wow,, that does happen ,..and the static on keyboard ...both,,,,but why would I, wanna scroll up and down so fast??? a android and apple products fan, I must admit , people will try , and find something wrong with phones and tablets ...IMO

95. neurobiologist

Posts: 89; Member since: Nov 07, 2012

The point is, iphone is nothing other than just rediculously overpriced product, inside there is a buggy components, made in china. And people still buying it, as extra quality product :/ although there is a problems.

94. garz_pa

Posts: 154; Member since: Nov 03, 2011

That couldn't be a glitch. It may be sensing that you're uselessly scrolling the phone and there's a limit the phone will tolerate such action, so it stops. Now if that happens to games or other apps, then that is a problem. Reality speaking, who would even scroll that fast back and forth?

96. ChristianFriborg

Posts: 1; Member since: Nov 27, 2012

Why can't people realize that iPhone is just a ridiculous overpriced phone?

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