Originally Posted by Onhka
As far as we know, the issues with the iPhone 4 are affecting a minority of the 1.7 million sold. manufacturers.
Note, that was from the first 3 days of sales, it's now been nearly 2 weeks.
Originally Posted by Quadra 610
Android is turning into what Windows Mobile used to be.
The most successful licensed smartphone OS?
Originally Posted by cgrisar
So, the iPhone 4 must first be life threatening before Apple doing anything to the problem? And it is a problem, not according to me, but to independent research.
The mere fact that Apple is issuing a solving pattern by showing less bars is completely debilitating. The problem is not the bars. The problem is that, again according to independent research, reception is diminishing to near zero when holding your iPhone. Not holding it in a strange way. No by holding it in a way that 75% of the people do... except for the SJ worshipers of course. They're quite happy to have their calls drop.
It doesn't have to be life threatening, but ig sure helps when trying to argue that very iPhone 4 should be recalled.
Not all effected, it apparently only happens when you signal strength is waning (24dB change), and is still a very useful device according to most pundits affected.
But none of those are of any consequence because Apple has done the unusual by officially stating a fix will be coming in a few weeks, and reinterated that you have 30-days to return the device, risk free (so long as you haven't damaged it).
There is no part of that scresms for a recall.