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Originally Posted by jose060789 Keep drinking orange cool-aid? Who says that? You're an idiot because most people on an AT&T iPhone perform faster than people on Verizon iPhone, network-wise. LTE...
04-11-2011, 12:02 AM #61
I am through with this discussion with you, as one would have better luck telling a 3 year old to not touch the dog poop and getting them to comprehend it.
04-11-2011, 12:16 AM #62
AT&T is just better in my opinion and most of the time I get full bars everywhere I go, so jackpot for me.
Sarcasm doesn't get you anywhere, makes you sound immature and your comparison is a joke.
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04-11-2011, 02:18 PM #63
Were not comparing networks in this thread because this is not a network problem. It's an Apple software problem. That's why Apple is the only one issuing a fix and not Verizon. Verizon phones, original Verizon iPad1s, Verizon laptop broadband users are not having problems connecting to the 3G network. The iPad2 is the only one having problems. That alone rules out the possibility that Verizon is at fault. And this is coming from an AT&T customer.
The chipset inside the Verizon iPad2 is NOT MANUFACTURED BY VERIZON. And neither is any other component of the iPad2. It is a different type of chipset designed for a different type of network. So how can you say it is Verizon's fault when they have no parts in the iPad2 and no other Verizon devices are exhibiting the same problem?
Again you keep saying that Verizon sucks and you're entitled to your opinion. But the fact remains that this has nothing to do with Verizon. If it were the AT&T version of the iPad2 that was having this problem I'm willing to bet that you would be real quick to drop the blame on Apple rather than AT&T. So what makes this any different?!?
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