Mark Papermaster fired by Apple due to iPhone 4 technical problems

Papermaster worked at Apple since 2008 after a 25-year career at IBM who sued him to prevent even to work for Apple, citing a clause in the contract stated he cannot work for competition.

Subsequently, the two sides reached a settlement. Apple spokesman, Steve Dowling, confirmed Papermaster departure and indicated that his position will be taken by Bob Mansfield, vice president of Macintosh hardware segment.

Apple released iPhone 4 on June 4 but… there were severe critics regarding its reception. Find out more about iPhone 4 reception.

iPad’s technical problems

As expected, technical problems haven’t delayed to occur. Many users are unhappy with Wi-Fi connection. They have complained of problems receiving the signal, which is fluctuating or low compared with other Wi-Fi devices, placed in the same area.

Even if it has a range of up to 10 hours stand by, the gadget has serious problems with its battery charge. According to some users, the tablet doesn’t load itself unless it is in a standby mode or when it’s closed.

Customers have experienced problems in the multitasking function. Several applications have blocked. These include games, the video player from ABC, Netflix.

Another problem reported was the tablet’s keyboard accuracy. There were few people who hold a key and the result was quite different than expectations.
Finally, some users have complained about the USB connection with the printers.

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