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For those of you who want to protect your iPhone 4 from accidental drops from its super-fragile glass screen, you can make an iPhone 4 bouncy bumpers out of Sugru.
Of course, this won’t stop your iPhone 4 from losing reception completely (if you hold it wrong) but hey, at least you won’t have to replace the iPhone 4 screen
We should have seen this sooner as I just remembered that Steve Jobs himself FAILED at his own demo during iPhone 4 launch.
As you can see in the video, Steve Jobs is holding the iPhone 4 in the “palm” of his hands (1:29) during the demo. That could explains why he’s demo failed.
If you also look carefully, the iPhone 3Gs actually loads website slowly while the iPhone 4 drops signal completely, consistent with recent iPhone 4 reception problems.
Here’s another video showing how fragile iPhone 4 screen is and how bad the reception is by a YouTube user.
I just want everyone to know, even Apple fanboys, not to be fooled by Apple’s genius marketing. Obviously the screen is very fragile
Here’s a YouTube user who shows you that iPhone 4’s recent hardware flaw is not only reception problem but also transmission.
This is becoming a bigger problem among iPhone 4 users and really, FTC should step in and stop selling iPhone 4s to the public until Apple can prove that iPhone 4 can make calls regardless of how you hold it. (Or at least it should work in your palms, don’t you think so?)
We as consumers are simply tired of Apple’s antics. This is serious issue if yo
For those of you experiencing reception issues with your new iPhone 4, our friends at Gizmodo have some great advices for fixing Apple’s latest hardware flaw (that they should be recalling) permanently including simply not using your hands by wrapping your iPhone 4 around your head as shown in the above photo.
On a serious note, there are many ways to get around the reception issues, mostly involving getting some kind of blockage around the antenna either through an iPhone 4 case or scotch tape around antenna points.
Personally, I couldn’t handle my calls d
In a recent exchange with a customer, Steve Jobs has replied back on the latest iPhone 4 reception flaw by saying, “Just avoid hold it that way.”
I am sure most of you will really “avoid” holding it that way but one thing is for sure now, that iPhone 4 has some serious hardware design flaws, nothing like seen on any other smartphone I have seen in my whole life.
Hey no worries, just get a phone that will let you make calls and browse the we
Apparently, many new users of the iPhone 4 who have received their iPhone 4 are reporting there’s a reception flaw with its built-in antenna.
When the user places his hands around the outer antenna in normal position, the iPhone 4 loses voice/data connection completely. This is a serious flaw that might make iPhone 4 unusable for many while they try to talk to someone on the phone or browse the web in their hand.
(When you hold the iPhone 4 normally like this, you will lose all voice/
iPhone 4’s glass is supposed to be pretty darn strong according to Apple’s marketing team but be aware, it only takes a few drops from 3-4 feet before your iPhone 4 glass destructs.
Just make sure you buy an iPhone 4 case for it.
Here’s a great idea for an iPhone case that also doubles as a stand, iPhone Cassette Tape Case! Brilliant, ain’t it?
Best of all, it “looks” like you are listening to a cassette tape, not an iPhone, surely to fend off any people in the wrong state of mind.