iPhone4 Faulty Reception Fixed

Singapore
July 2, 2010 11:16pm CST
In the wake of triggered lawsuits on Apple's latest iPhone4 connectivity issues it is revealed that the company had discovered an incorrect formula present in the iPhone4 and had promised to fix it with a free software patch that would be issued within a few weeks. so that the phone will conform to AT&T guidelines for signal strength display, at the end of the day. The software update will also be available for the iPhone 3GS and iPhone 3G. So for all you Apple iPhone4, iPhone3GS and iPhone3G users just be on the lookout for it and your connectivity woes will be over soon. Read more: http://news.xin.msn.com/en/sci-tech/article.aspx?cp-documentid=4195090
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@suspenseful (40326)
• Canada
3 Jul 10
I find that being left handed, there is a danger of me turning on the mute because it is up on the top left side just above the volume control. But I am glad this is getting fixed before getting the Iphone 4. I have to wait two years before I can get either the Iphone 4.5 or the Iphone 5. I live in a city with good reception, and I am not an America, and I have no idea how our service compares to AT and T. At least this is getting fixed soon and they did not wait until years later. Since I am a new Apple user, and do not want to go back to using the Windows based cell phones, I hope that this fix is done soon and it does not just apply to the AT and T users.
@o0jopak0o (6408)
• Philippines
3 Jul 10
well but that doesnt mean that there are not any signal issues in the new phone. even if they say that its the code why we see a big drop, but isnt it that a drop is still a drop?