I’ve been sitting on this story for a little while, but in the depth of Apple’s “Anntenna-gate”, Apple released iOS 4.1. Gizmodo claimed that one of the “fixes” was that it made the first couple bars of signal taller to make it feel like your signal wasn’t as bad as it was in reality. If this has a lot of truth behind it, this “bug-fix” is one of the more clever psychological marketing/customer service moves I’ve seen in a while. That said, it reeks of pitiful ethics.
From a ministry perspective, do our churches do this when we “fix” issues?
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