So it is competitors' anti-apple buzz scared of iPhone4 after all:
Apple CEO Steve Jobs responded to weeks of criticism over a faulty antenna in Apple's iPhone 4, saying that the phone's flaws are no worse than other smartphones. Still, he said Apple would give a free case to all iPhone 4 owners to fix reported signal problems.
Still not happy, iPhone users? Jobs had another solution: Return the phone.
"This is life in the smartphone world," Jobs said. "Phones aren't perfect.
"We haven't figured out a way around the laws of physics yet."
And here are the statistics:
Despite admitting there might be an issue, Jobs said some of the problem seems to be media hype. He said just 0.55 percent of iPhone users have called AppleCare to report antenna problems while there has been a return rate of 1.7 percent.