TechBytes: iPhone 5, Bike Safety

iPhone user complaints: It was scratched, doesn't get WiFi and is too light.
3:00 | 09/25/12

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Transcript for TechBytes: iPhone 5, Bike Safety
In today's tech -- complaints already about the iPhone 5 some owners say their phones arrive with scratches on the -- -- there are reports of problems connecting to Wi-Fi networks. And some even say the new iPhone is too light. Then there's Apple's new map -- consumer reports says it is quote. Disappointing but it expects the -- to get better apple co-founder Steve Wozniak also calls a disappointing but says the problems aren't that bad. Online coupon site Groupon is now getting into the restaurant reservation business it acquired -- -- which checks are openings at partner restaurants and that offers discounts. That allows eateries to fill otherwise empty tables. And your bike -- Can call for help if you're in an accident the ice dot crash sensor is an add on that works in the Smartphone app. To detect a crash. They'll tell you how severe was and sound an alarm if the writer doesn't shut it off the -- -- reports the emergency does -- attack bites I'm John Mueller.

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