Tomahawk, WI 09/26/2014 (Basicsmedia) – Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has remained flawless  in the eyes of die-hard fans but a closer look at the company’s line of products, one cannot fail to notice a chain of products that might have gone wrong in terms of design and development. According to CNBC, Apple has never shied away from deploying fixes with speed to the disguise of many fans who continue to be’ blinded by the belief that the company is perfect.

IPhone 5 was among the first devices to highlight the vulnerability of Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s devices. Many customers had complained about the battery life of their iPhone 5. The problem was’ further compounded by the fact that the phone heated up as the battery winded down its charge. Apple was forced to react with speed consequently replacing the defective batteries.

The software part of the business has also not been left behind in terms of glitches and hitches. During the initial days after the launch of iOS 7, complaints arose that the OS drained battery life faster than normal while also causing fading of app icons as well as Bluetooth functionality related problems. Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) was forced to release other versions later on, which incorporated improvements to the satisfactions of many users.

A  desire to be independent in terms of the lines of offerings in 2012 saw Apple make a transition from Google Maps in it’s devices to Apple Maps. The move did not go well with many users as complaints arose that the app was not effective in providing reliable directions. Immense uproar and criticisms later forced CEO, Tim Cook, to advice users to download other similar apps provided by rivals to cover up the deficiency.

Fast Forward,Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s new invention iPhone 6 is already raising concerns by the fact that the phone bends even when it is not supposed to, especially when in the back pocket. There are already reports according to CNBC that the company may decide to replace the bent units. iOS 8 is also not as magnificent as initially thought as users have complained that an update on it caused their phones to be unusable.

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