This is what I think

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Korea, Jul 16, 2010.

  1. Korea

    Korea Member

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    No iPhone 4 is different from another antenna wise (excluding that one iPhone that caught on fire). The iPhone 4's that do experience signal attenuation are in weak signal areas. I can back this up with a recent test I've done. Stand pretty darn close to an AT&T tower and try the death grip (no drop in bars). There aren't any faulty iPhone devices out there. Like Steve Jobs said, "Every smartphone has a weak-spot."
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    iBricked Well-Known Member

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    I concur.
  4. Mobious

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    Thats what I have been trying to tell people but some users on this forum would rather believe they have a magical iPhone thats different from everyone than them being in an area with good reception...
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    that's true - yesterday I had to prove this to my friends, so I took his 3gs grabbed it, and he lost 2 bars lol
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    Lol, pwn'd him.

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