Apple iPhone 4 Antenna Bars and Reception Problems Explained

Apple iPhone 4 Antenna Bars and Reception Problems Explained

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Apple has release a letter regarding the Apple iPhone 4 reception bar problem. They said that they investigated this problem and this is what they found out.

Holding the Apple iPhone4 or the iPhone 3GS and other mobile phones a certain way can cause the recepetion bar to drop by 1 or more bars. There was reports showing that if the iPhone4 was gripped tightly that the reception bars dropped 4 to 5 bars. This caused consumers to become concerned about a problem antenna in the new iPhone 4 mobile phone.

Apple said that found that many users said that they haven't experienced dropped calls. Some said that the iPhone 4 reception is better than the iPhone 3GS.

Apple found that the signal strength display was completely wrong and that their formula displays 2 more bars of signal strength that it really has. If there are 4 bars of reception for the antenna it really should be 2 bars. That is why there is such a large drop in reception of 4 to 5 bars when someone grips the phone tightly, it really would be a drop that is commonly seen in all mobile phones with a 1 to 2 bar drop, not the 4 to 5 bar drop.

They will be changing how many bars that will be displayed on the iPhones. They also will stretch out the first 3 bars to make them easier for viewing. The reception bar problem is one that has been around with the original iPhone, the iPhone 3GS and the iPhone 3G mobile phones an all, including the iPhone 4 will have software updates made available to fix the problem.

Here is the website were Apple has posted their letter explaining the antenna reception bar problem:

http://www.apple.com/pr/library/2010/07/02appleletter.html?sr=hotnews.rss

By: N Wilson
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