Some PR experts think it has no choice.
The magazine has tested the iPhone 4, and it is not pleased.
IPhones have been displaying two more bars than they should have.
In just seven months!
On Craigslist, of course.
We thought Apple customers were supposed to be tech-savvy.
Celebrities: Not Just Like Us.
This morning they were prepared with umbrellas to lend out for both eventualities.
Of course, those 600,000 people won't receive their phones until three weeks after they could have just picked them up in a store.
The new Apple device troubles Felix Ortiz.
Group gets access to addresses for CEOs, military officials, and top politicians.
Eighty-four percent of people would rather have a two-year contract with the 'Glee' star.
You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll buy an iPhone.
The ads will likely debut on June 7, when Apple is expected to unveil a new app for overcoming the soul-crushing tedium of married life in the suburbs.
And pretends he doesn't know how to use an iPod.
Gizmodo paid $5,000 for the device.