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    Quote Originally Posted by Blisster View Post
    I've noted the 3g signal degrade when I've tried to reproduce the issues, though I haven't had an issue with any dropped calls yet.
    WiFi doesn't seem to be affected.

    Weird isn't it?


    My signal degrades to the point of no service but my wifi gets cut exactly in half. On a desk at home, I get 16Mbit...holding it, 8Mbit.

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    yeah, I think it jsut doesn't affect me because I don't happen to hold the phone in a way that causes interference. I'm really surprised that Apple (of all companies) would let it get through QA and to production without catching that issue.
    Guess that's just one of the hidden costs of growing such a rabid and zealous customer base.

    FWIW, this is my first iPhone, and so far I love it, far more than I ever cared for any of the various Blackberries I've been issued over the years. I also switched to a MacBook Pro at work for my main machine just a few months ago, and again, I've had very few problems effectively managing our (predominantly Windows) infrastructure with it.


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    "There is a big difference between breaking the law and having a law designed to break you. We will not be broken." -- Jinny Simms

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    Funny? I thought it was Lame..

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    Quote Originally Posted by *cho* View Post
    Yep real funny!! LOL I posted it on the other thread used to discuss the phone that 9mm started..

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    Ohh and I found a secret early picture of the iPhone 5!!


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    I would hate not being able to hold my phone like that, provided I even had an iPhone. I'm still using the LG VX8300 lol

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    LMAO.... perfect fix = DUCT TAPE!!!

    http://www.cnn.com/2010/TECH/mobile/....html?hpt=Sbin

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    More problems....
    Some timeout issue is causing some Exchange Servers to crash when users with iPhone 4 connect to it for their e-mail
    http://www.eweek.com/c/a/Mobile-and-...itches-129715/
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    The only possible positive thing to do with your new iPhone!

    I predict that CableDude and MadDoc will go out and by several now!



    It's a maxim of technology: Invent the newest gadget and the porn industry will find a way to cash in.

    So when Apple Inc. launched the iPhone 4 and its FaceTime videoconference feature, it didn't take long for adult-entertainment companies to develop video-sex chat services and start hiring workers through Craigslist.

    With more than 3 million of the phones already sold, the adult industry stands to make big money on this new way to reach out and touch someone - even if it puts Apple, which has always taken pains to keep its iPhone apps squeaky clean, in an awkward spot.
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