From its announcement in 2010 to iOS 7 and eventual discontinuation, we look back at the iPhone 4's history.
It was one of the biggest tech stories of 2010: performance problems with the then-new iPhone 4. Now finally comes the payout from the inevitable class action lawsuits.
A new consumer-research survey says people just don't care about Apple's Maps software like they did about iPhone 4 antenna issues.
iPhone 4 owners may be eligible for a payout from Apple now that a class action lawsuit was settled last month. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on the history of the "Antennagate" issues and why Apple may now have to shell out hundreds of millions of dollars.
Even though it hasn't gotten quite the attention of last year's iPhone 4 antenna ordeal, users are asking Apple for answers about less-than-expected battery life on its newest phone. Will Apple answer? History says yes.
A page for iPhone 4 owners following the so-called "Antennagate" scandal who can now collect their $15 or a free bumper from a class action lawsuit.
Original iPhone 4 buyers can get either $15 or a new bumper case from Apple as part of a newly settled class-action lawsuit.
Renewing an issue that just does not seem to want to die, Consumer Reports says Apple's Verizon iPhone 4 suffers from the same "death grip" antenna issues as the original device, released last summer amid widespread controversy.
Cisco Systems hires the former Apple exec in charge of design and engineering for the gadget that sparked an infamous PR debacle for Steve Jobs and Co.
On this week's episode, we look back at the Steve Jobs Apple iPhone 4 Antennagate press conference (which had Dan and Scott busy providing talking head commentary for TV news stations); plus a peek at some very cool iPad cases, talk about the new Xbox Live game Limbo, and a test-drive of Hulu Plus.