Though Apple is is not the first manufacturer to caution against resting your hand on an antenna, we haven't seen such a drop in reception from other phones.
Italian technology blog iSpazio kicks off what's sure to be the first of many tests regarding the newest iPhone release from Apple--the white iPhone 4.
You may see your bars drop when you hold the iPhone 4 a certain way, but how does that affect the handset's performance? CNET is conducting tests to find an answer.
Sure, you can find lots of phones at CTIA, but the trade show also is paradise for anyone looking for an iPhone case.
Apple acknowledges that holding the iPhone 4 a certain way degrades the signal strength, but just how are you supposed to hold it?
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Apple's Thunderbolt cable has been criticized as expensive, but Elgato's is no cheaper.
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As CNET waits for answers and solutions from Apple, we run reception tests. Results show that holding the antenna in the reported trouble spot negatively affects data speeds.
The company suggests buying a case or holding the phone near the bottom left corner.