Lack of antenna coating on some iPhones may be part of the problem
posted by Alan F. / Jul 03, 2010, 6:53 AM
Apple iPhone 4 Specifications | Review
source: TheWhiteiPhone4blog via electronista
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This article was useful until the end. The two receptions issues are un-related. The software issue plagues the 3g, 3gs, and 4 models. The dropped call issues relate only to the iPhone 4.
posted on Oct 20, 2010, 1:47 AM 0
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Software, Hardware, Rubber Bumper, Crossing signal, At&t WHICH ONE IS IT?!?!?!... The only thing this articles proves is that STILL no one knows what the issue is. period. ...And yet still people buy this damn thing?
posted on Jul 03, 2010, 5:09 PM 0
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I really dislike you E.N., and if you re-read, which is possible because the article is just right up there above you..you'd notice i said "...And yet still people buy this damn thing?" People still "BUY" is different then "buying", my comment relates to every issue or lack of features that flood the phone itself and yet people still buy it. this was merely a comment on how, not only lack of features, and behind the curve this phone is now, is that the technical issues that are noticeably greater with every model that has came out. It boggles me that people still BUY it. So technically your still a random posting moron.
posted on Jul 03, 2010, 7:29 PM 0
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Now I understand what you're trying to say but it can go both ways. You don't have to add "ing" to make it current/ongoing. Just a simple misunderstanding. And dude, I'm not here to make friends with you. As for you not liking me, I couldn't care less.
posted on Jul 03, 2010, 11:20 PM 0
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As someone who works for ATT (and throuroughly dislikes them as a company, hey it's a job) I can tell you I haven't had a single person call in about this issue. I work in retention so I would think if it's as big of an issue as the news reports daily, I'd say we'd be hearing about it. We've received information about the whole iPad breach and other issues in the past but nothing on this, not one thing. Yes, I've seen the videos that prove there's an issue when you try to magnify the problem by cupping the phone with your hand, but obviously in the real world it's not causing much of an issue. Not for myself, and not from anyone else I've heard from. If it was as big of an issue as the media makes it out to be, I'm pretty sure people wouldn't be buying it, or I'd be hearing from all of them when they wanted to cancel because of it.
posted on Jul 05, 2010, 6:40 AM 0
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The drop call issue actually affected 3g also as a defective part was found and it was fixed with later releases - just like with MICROSOFT, always buy the iPhone after it has been around for 6 months.
posted on Jul 05, 2010, 9:14 AM 0
Geez if I this is true - if I were Steve, I'd sue the damn holy mother out of those responsible for the phone's assembling and production. Maybe thats why some of the folks working there suicided - they realized that they forgot this component, thought of the consequences, and decided to do something about it.
posted on Jul 03, 2010, 7:38 AM 0
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And if it were not for the lack of coating, my DICK would be 12 inches long.
posted on Jul 03, 2010, 8:39 AM 0
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hitlers views on iphone 4 signal problems well funny lolhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v
posted on Jul 03, 2010, 11:20 AM 0
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watch their software update brick half the iphone 4's lol
posted on Jul 03, 2010, 12:26 PM 0
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