Consumer Reports takes the iPhone 4 off recommended list, again

In an attempt to get themselves in the news yet again, the archaic Consumer Reports has decided that it would be appropriate to take the iPhone 4 back off their recommended list because Apple’s decided to cancel the iPhone 4 bumper program.

In other news, who relies on Consumer Reports for technology recommendations?

This is all I have to say about that. The next time you’re looking for a review on any particular technology product just go to Google and do a search, and you’re bound to get better results. We know first hand how time consuming covering technology is these days, but it wouldn’t hurt for them to take a minute and consider that, first, the problem only exists in the US — *ahem* AT&T *ahem*. And second, Apple may have fixed the problem already.

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