“Law firm Kershaw, Cutter & Ratinoff has already targeted the iPhone 4 in a potential class-action lawsuit against Apple. The firm is currently seeking out iPhone owners who have experienced poor reception quality, dropped calls, and weak signals,” MacNN reports.
“Early reviews and customer reports quickly focused on reception issues that have been blamed on the iPhone’s new antenna design,” MacNN reports. “Holding the phone in certain ways is said to cause a significant drop in signal strength.”
MacNN reports, “Apple released a statement defending the iPhone design and pointing out that antenna attenuation is common to any wireless phone, depending on hand placement.”
The issue is also said to be exaggerated by misrepresentation of signal strength on the interface bars, which will be addressed in a firmware fix,” MacNN reports.
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