Phillip Elmer-DeWitt of Fortune Tech Apple 2.0 highlights what it means to be a successful company like Apple.
[quote cite=”Philip Elmer-DeWitt ” url=”http://tech.fortune.cnn.com/2013/09/28/apple-ios-motion-vertigo/”]You knew there’d be something.
Last year it was the iPhone app that replaced Google Maps.
In 2010 it was the iPhone 4’s external antenna.
In 2011, with the introduction iPhone 4S, the headlines were dominated by Steve Jobs, who died the next day.
If there has ever been a product launch in the modern history of Apple (AAPL) that didn’t backfire — at least in the headlines — I must have missed it.
That’s because a story about how Apple is screwing up is as much a part of the new product news cycle as campers at the Apple Store or lines on launch day.[/quote]
Here is a snapshot of survey to show how big the vertigo issue in iOS 7 is: