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July 24, 2010

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twitter.com/TomMighell

My understanding is that the screen problem affected only one-tenth of one percent of Droid X phones. I wonder if Motorola's response would have been the same if the problem affected all of its inventory. Bashing other phone manufacturers was wrong on Apple's part, but this is hardly an apples-to-apples comparison when viewed in light of the number of phones affected.

Rick Georges

Seriously, Tom. You are defending Apple because ALL of its phones have a defect? The comparison to the way a company responds to product defects is EXACTLY the right comparison. Wondering what might have been if the facts were different is a useless argument. Let's deal with the facts as they are.

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