AppleCare: The iPhone 4 Update Won't Solve the Antenna Problem

AppleCare has confirmed what we already knew: The incoming software update won't fix the iPhone 4's transmission and reception problems. They acknowledged the antenna problem exists, offering the same solution as before: Buy a case or ...Gizmodo -

AT&T iPhone Upload Speeds Drop to A Crawl

Wired NewsBy Ryan Singel AT&T iPhone users have long complained about the speed and reliability of AT&T's network, but

Does your face hang up your iPhone 4?

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Apple's Clean Hands May Have Dirtied iPhone 4 Signal

Wired NewsBy Eliot Van Buskirk Apple says there is nothing to see here: The

Apple pulls iPhone apps after rival devs claim fraud

By Gregg Keizer Computerworld - Apple today pulled a large number of apps created by a Vietnamese iPhone developer after claims by competitors that he had ...

HTC Desire's Popularity Unaffected By iPhone 4 Release

HTC's Android-based smartphone, the HTC Desire, will not be affected by the release of Apple's iPhone 4 device, Rudefox reports. Experts believe that the ...See all stories on this topic »

Chase iPhone App Lets Users Deposit Checks

JPMorganChase bank recently updated its iPhone application and it now allows Chase customers to deposit checks directly from their phone. ...See all stories on this topic »

Dev-Team inching closer to carrier unlock for iPhone 4

CNET (blog)by Joe Aimonetti According to a recent tweet from Dev-Team member MuscleNerd, the carrier unlock solution is a step closer to completion for iPho

Government iPhone app spending disclosed

The Government has spent thousands of pounds on developing iPhone apps according to newly revealed data. By Emma Barnett, Technology and Digital Media ...See all stories on this topic »

iPhone Signal Bars 'Totally Wrong,' Apple Admits

Company insists there's no antenna defect and that perceived signal loss is due to a software error. By Paul McDougall In a bizarre and lengthy statement on ...See all stories on this topic »

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