IPhone 3G Connectivity Issues, Steve Jobs Responded?

Posted: Aug 18 2008, 8:02am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 10:06am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones


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The complaints about 3G connectivity issues still continue to make waves this week. MacRumors reports that one of their users claims to have received an email response from Steve Jobs to his complaints about his 3G connectivity issues on the iPhone.
The email says that there are bugs that affect 2% of the shipped iPhone 3G phones and that Apple works on a software update to fix them.
Apple has sent out emails in the name of Steve Jobs to customers in the past. So it could be real information.
BusinessWeek reported also about a rumored software update that would fix the iPhone 3G connectivity issues last week.
More details on MacRumors.

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