In Georgia, many things fly that don't necessarily take flight elsewhere. An iPad, for example, may be one of them.
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Do Apple's bumper cases fix the call quality issues that result from touching the iPhone 4's antenna? CNET takes an iPhone 4 and a bumper into the field to find out.
Here is your iPhone 4 update! Apple addresses antenna issues in the iPhone 4 by giving away free bumper cases and allowing the penalty-free returns for 30 days after purchase.
We'll do you a favor and give you the news in a nutshell: free bumpers (even non-Apple bumpers) and full refunds within 30 days of purchasing your phone if you're still not happy. There you go. Also, Droid X is sold out, the Facebook movie is going to be cool after all, if the new trailer is to be believed, and it turns out Palm was in fact the belle of the ball for a while there, but RIM and Nokia both blew it. Plus: Drunk HULC!
Customers who ordered the free cases when Apple first made the program available on July 16 are seeing a delivery date of around August 3.
Awesome DIY project! It takes all of 6 seconds to complete--or maybe 6 minutes if you decide to cut a few holes. Either way, it'll solve the antenna issue.
Apple will stop its free case programme on 30 September, as promised. If you're still suffering problems, it promises to supply one, but it claims the problem isn't that common.