Word from my spy in Tucson is that iPhones are cratering all over down there.
Seems, according to the spy, that when temperatures reach 95 degrees (we're talking Fahrenheit here), which it does in the Summer (and Spring, and Fall, and sometimes even in the Winter) in Tucson, and you whip out your iPhone to brows for some nice air conditioned hideaway, one touch to the screen and the whole thing goes out.
This is a lot worse than a stuck pixel, or three.
So where are you on this?
Is there any merit to this?