Apple looking into the iOS 4 on iPhone 3G issues

Apple looking into the iOS 4 on iPhone 3G issues
The WSJ got a confirmation from an Apple spokeswoman that the company is investigating reports on the iOS 4 update going wrong all too often on the iPhone 3G. The hardware obviously slows the iOS 4 action to a crawl, draining battery and overheating in the process.

Some Apple-following blogs have even reached as far as recommending 3G users not to bother with the newest version of the operating system. Now that Antennagate is "solved", Apple should maybe advise users to just do a factory reset already, and stop poking it with their personal problems, as this seems to be the only current remedy.

source: WSJ via PCMag

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