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Apple removes Consumer Report iPhone4 discussions

Anonymous Coward writes | more than 3 years ago

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An anonymous reader writes "Apple has done it again. All threads about Consumer Report's iphone4 non-recommendation are removed or deleted.

If you were looking for a message thread on Apple's support forums pointing to Consumer Reports' article 'not recommending' the iPhone 4, it's not there any more. Apple's support forum moderators deleted the thread.

If it happened once, maybe you'd say it was a glitch. But what if it happened twice? Three times? Four times, five, six?

Apple may not be Microsoft. Then again, Microsoft has never been this ugly."

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