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The Weirdest Thing People Hate About the iPhone 5 [Iphone 5]

There are many issues one can reasonably have with the iPhone 5. That overpriced dock connector. An inexcusably bad Maps app. Even the fact that it's a little, well, boring. But there's no way Apple could've anticipated this particular backlash: More »
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