In the last few days, the technological world has been put into chaos. Why? Apple made a mistake. Yep. Tech blogs all around posting about a problem 24/7, forums such as this one slowly decaying into a pit of mass hatred. All because of a simple issue that Apple made. People make mistakes. They're only human. Remember Windows Vista? Remember God's decision to make a popular teen trend, lo and behold Justin Bieber. Because they're only human. Well, God's sort of human. But this isn't a discussion about God's mistakes. It's only a phone. Yeah. You heard me. It's a phone. It's not magical. Apple might say so, but, that's marketing for you. Every company does it. People everywhere might kill to get their hands on one, but it's still just a phone for christ's sake. Mistakes are mistakes, and I tell you what, Apple didn't do this on purpose. They've had a lot on their hands, I'm sure, and we're nearing the climax of Apple's history. This is the first time Apple has ever been so popular. They're releasing so much products people want to get their hands on, the demand is insane. Accidents Happen. Every company makes mistakes. Microsoft makes mistakes, Nintendo makes mistakes, Sony makes mistakes. As does Apple, Intel, AMD, LG, even car makers such as Toyota make mistakes (even if they're lethal :v). The Red Rings of Death. Breaking TV's since 2007. Buttons just not working. And cars just not stopping. All accidents, all mistakes. They all recognize this mistake and apologized... ...And every company fixed the problem. Eventually. Apple's responded to the situation and took away the restocking fee. Fixing the problem. Microsoft (I think..?) fixed the problem in Xbox 360s. Nintendo gave out free rubber casing and straps for their Wiimotes and fixed the problem. And along comes 4.0.1, hopefully fixing the problem. If it doesn't? Another fix will come along. Basically, what I'm trying to say is Calm down. Remember when the Nexus One was having antenna issues? That barely got any coverage. But because the iPhone is so big, it's getting coverage everywhere and people are going clinically insane. It's time for a reality check.