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Oh Mr. Jobs can you fix my Apple iPhone?

Love it or hate it, and most love it; the Apple iPhone 3G isn’t quite as perfect as Steve Jobs or everyone else wants it to be. Customer feedback has now gone public on Please Fix the iPhone. Please Fix the iPhone is a website which allows Apple iPhone owners, and anyone else who likes too, list what they feel needs fixing on the Apple iPhone.

Visitors to Please Fix the iPhone are also allowed to vote on what they feel about which features require fixing on the Apple iPhone by Apple, and the feature which receives the most votes gets bumped further up the list.

At present the most requested moans and fixes are: in order of urgency, Copy and Paste — Landscape view in emails — the ability to hide unwanted icons — to use the Apple iPhone as a 3G modem for the Apple MacBook — and for Apple to make Flash work on the iPhone.

So there you go Mr. Jobs, a new Christmas Wish List for you to ponder on.

Source — techcrunch

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  1. hardmanb says:

    “…fixes are: in order of urgency, Copy and Paste – Landscape view in emails – the ability to hide unwanted icons – to use the Apple iPhone as a 3G modem for the Apple MacBook – and for Apple to make Flash work on the iPhone.”

    Misleading title and text. A “fix” denotes correcting some broken or not working properly.

    All of these complaints are requests for added features that are not present. They are not complaints, but whines.