Originally Posted by digitalclips
And all the phones were working fine in the pictures ...
I can as so can many people hold them that way and they work fine. So go figure ...
It must be from users with hands as dense as their heads because mine and everyone I know across several countries have zero issues when holding the iPhone in their left hand.
I've tried placing keys on it, tried using moist, salt covered fingers and everything else under the sun to see if it's the "design flaw that affects everyone and will result in a class action lawsuit and a recall of every iPhone 4' that Ireland suggests.
I did have one friend whose phone was DOA. He walked into an Apple Store, bypassing the line, and was able to get a new one immediately. They opened it up, activated it and tested it before he left. I posed this question yesterday but received no answer, "If he made a video and put it on YouTube of his iPhone 4 being DOA would that indicate that all iPhone 4's are DOA, that's it's a design flaw affecting all devices, that Apple should recall all iPhones or risk a class action lawsuit?" It's clear I was engaging in reductio ad absurdum
but that's not why I didn't receive an answer to my query.