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Apple fixes iPhone signal bar bug
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Msg#: 4171569 posted 8:06 pm on Jul 15, 2010 (gmt 0)


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Just downloaded the new 4.01 version of the OS and the diminished bars problem is still there. Without a case and without touching the "sensitive" part of the phone I get 2 bars in my office. When I hold the phone the "wrong way" the bars diminish to zero.

So much for that fix.

Can't wait to hear what Apple will have to say at tomorrow's press conference.

 

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Msg#: 4171569 posted 2:45 pm on Jul 16, 2010 (gmt 0)


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Apple has issued a fix for one problem with the iPhone as reports start to emerge of another bug.

An iPhone software update has corrected the way that different versions of the handset display signal strength.

But some users are reporting that an earlier update means their 3GS phones now drop far more calls than before.


[bbc.co.uk...]

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