Getting the VoIP device iPhone 4G is proving problematic

Problems with the iPhone 4G VoIP device were not just confined to Steve Jobs' launch of the product in San Francisco.
Then the necessary Wi-Fi connection failed due to the presence of too many computers in the conference room.
Now there are both shipping problems and cancellations of orders for excited consumers to contend with. Among the serious website issues during the pre-ordering of 600,000 handsets were system failures as well as some customers getting a look at private details of other customers.
A statement said: "Apple and its carrier partners received pre-orders for more than 600,000 models of the new smartphone.
"It was the largest number of pre-orders the company has ever taken in a single day and far higher than anticipated, which resulted in system malfunctions. Many customers were turned away or abandoned the process. We apologize to anyone who encountered difficulties and hope that they will try again once the iPhone 4 is in stock."

However shipping has now commenced with orders expected to arrive tomorrow. Among the many benefits of the iPhone 4G are front and back facing cameras as well as a smooth video calling feature known as 'Facetime'. These calls are made using the latest VoIP technology to ensure smooth service and low costs.

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