andyll - 8:15 pm on Jul 2, 2010 (gmt 0)
I'm not sure a lawsuit is warrented but...
What nonsense. You don't like the product, ask for your money back.
It's not always that easy.
There are restocking fees, paid for accessories, you might have bought the phone from a vendor that makes it challanging to return.
You might have bought apps for the IP4... are those refundable?
If you don't have your old IP3 it might take time and expense to get your service up and running on a new one.
Having to move to a new phone could mean 100s/1000s of dollars of apps are lost.
Some people rely on their phone for business and even a day of not having a working on is significent.
I think one could say more folks are also reporting no problems, along with countless folks who report they cannot reproduce the problem that is being demonstrated on videos.
Apple has admitted that there is a software bug that improperly shows 5 bars even if the strength drops. When that fix comes out I would guess that everyone will be able to reproduce the problem.
The phone drops about 20Db when the lower left corner is held.