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iPhone can’t crash? Wrong!

So… The Windows-bashers (a.k.a. Apple-lovers) finally can no longer say that iOS is never
crashing and running without flaws. Yesterday, my iPhone has shown a rather strange
homescreen. It happened after hanging up a phone call. The icons were really disarranged
and not responding when tapping on them. Only a hard reboot finally solved the problem!

So why do Apple users always badmouth Windows while iOS also seems to crash. I am asking, because my Windows is also running stable and without flaws (last reboot afaik was 58 days ago on my media notebook!). By the way: I rebooted my iOS just 2 days ago as a rather common total lockup (iPhone isn’t acting on any tap anymore except the hard power off!) forced me to do likewise. Any questions? A comparison: Mostly, my communicator from Nokia was running 24/7 except when I forgot to charge the accu… but the longest uptime was about 106 days!

The longest uptime on the iPhone was 36 days so far. then either complete lockups or garbled screen content forced me to reboot the device. and NO, unlike my previously owned iPhone 3GS, the iPhone 4 isn’t jailbroken. It is just as Stevie-boy intended. Activated at the local provider store and managed with iTunes!

So before someone again bashes on WP7 or Symbian or Android, then have a look at this and reconsider your bashing again, because it can happen to your OS as well!


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September 22, 2011 Netspark - 1594 posts - Member since: May 9th, 2011 2 Comments »

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  • Rosiv says:

    how did you take these screenshots? ;)

    Posted on September 23rd, 2011 at 07:33 Reply | Quote
  • Avatar photo Netspark says:

    As a matter of fact, the screenshot ability of the iPhone was still intact. I was unable to watch the pictures taken as I was unable to open the picture gallery itself. However it seemed to have worked and the pictures were stored in the phone memory as if there was nothing more common.

    So my theory is that probably the iOS desktop process with it’s subroutines (i.e. Taskmanager, processes) may have hung yet the basic functions worked. Interesting fact besides: The Voice control function was active however when trying to open an app via this function, it also ended up doing absolutely NOTHING!

    Posted on September 23rd, 2011 at 13:13 Reply | Quote

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