iPhone 4 So you think reception is an issue with the iPhone 4 huh?

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by ThatGEEKFreak, Jun 25, 2010.

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Which do you think is most likely effecting the iPhone 4's reception

  1. The Steel band

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  2. iOS4 and the steel band

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  3. Other iPhones have the same problem when you squeeze them like that WTF???

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  4. iOS4

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  5. People gripping their phone in a less conventional way

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  6. What reception issue?

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  1. ThatGEEKFreak

    ThatGEEKFreak Active Member

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    We thought it was a hardware issue, lately people are saying it's a software issue with iOS4. Here's proof it doesn't even matter if it's an iPhone 4. If you hold your iPhone like I do in the video you will most likely lose reception, you don't have to squeeze as hard as I did, but you will lose some bars, watch the vid, try it out and give me your opinion of if you still think the iPhone 4 or iOS4 is the only problem.
    Check it out:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2JdqnUQd58
  2. Ryuzaki

    Ryuzaki Active Member

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    Yeah, old news.
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    ThatGEEKFreak Active Member

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    A lot of people were still leaning on it being a software issue for some reason recently though. Just nice to have a comparison of two firmwares in the vid.

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