Originally Posted by melgross
I haven't had that problem at all. I do notice the signal drop. But it hasn't been a problem. The signal drops much more if you grab it over the majority of the phone. Then, it's a problem.
I guess that's the issue most are arguing here (not saying you are the messenger here) that, "Since I don't see a problem with my iPhone 4, there is no problem".
But what if I say (out of empirical evidence) that "from personal use (two iphone4's) and four friends with iPh4's, all have complained about the phone dropping calls in perfectly good radio conditions (where their and my previous Nokia's never dropped a call). These problems were all greatly reduced by adding bumpers to the phones. No cusping of the phone required."
Now would that be trolling (because we are on a fan site and such observations are thought of as a lie or at least blasphemy)?
If we take my word (which is not fabricated in this case) as true, wouldn't that imply that there is an issue (some issue at least)?
Would it make everyone satisfied if we say that the detuning is a real phenominon on the iphone4, but the antenna and phone as a whole is an improvement over previous phones that the improvements make the flaw (detuning by finger) less of an issue than it was originally portrayed to be and this flaw has now been fixed in iP4s making it even better in reception?