Back in June Apple too much fan fare released iOS 4, but owners of older model iPhones like the 3G who upgraded the software complained about bad battery life and slowness of the handset. Now a software update could be on its way to cure the problems.
Erica Ogg of Cnet.com is reporting that back in July Apple said it was “investigating” the complaints, but that was three weeks ago. But a customer has taken his complaint about his iPhone 3G straight to the top to CEO Steve Jobs.
The customer is alleged to have received a short reply via email which read “Software update coming soon.” Apple doesn’t confirm emails that seem to get posted online, but Job’s is known to reply to customers personally. The authenticity of the email can’t be guaranteed, and officially Apple is saying there is no update at the moment.
It could be that the update relates to the iOS 4.1, which is already being tested by developers. Are you having problems since the upgrade?
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