What has been the biggest flaw in the iPhone? Of course it’s the Network!
Had Apple dealt with Verizon, this day wouldn’t have come. But wait a minute, after all those fightback Ads, AT&T has come out to prove that they can fightback, hopefully before it loses iPhone exclusivity rights. Its newest strategy is especially unique, though, because it comes in the form of an iPhone app called Mark the Spot [Warning: iTunes].
The concept is simple, whenever and wherever you experience a problem with your service (e.g. a dropped call, bad 3G connection), you can bash AT&T by opening up the app and marking the spot on the Map. AT&T will aggregate this data and hence use it for improve the network.
You might think, it’s already too late, too little, but I guess AT&T stands it’s last chance or else we would see AT&T falling into the Pit it just dug.