One of the most popular discussion topics this summer, aside from the World Cup was the iPhone 4 signal issues. Even Top Gear’s Jeremy Clarkson said that the Stig doesn’t work properly, if held the wrong way. This is pretty much a metaphor for the iPhone 4 issues, a clear tease:


In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past month, here’s the deal: the iPhone 4, if held in the left hand and with the user’s palm covering its lower left side, can lose signal and drop calls. Apple’s only answer to this was “hold the iPhone 4 in some other way” and “a software fix is coming”. There was no talk about a hardware issue, till now…

Is it time to acknowledge the failure?

[via crunchgear]

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