Apple Posted IPhone Antenna Engineer Jobs One Day Before IPhone 4 Launch

Posted: Jun 30 2010, 6:04am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 12 2010, 12:08am CDT, in News | Apple

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Apple is taking the iPhone antenna reception issue more seriously than suggesting to hold the iPhone 4 differently or buying a bumper for it.
According to Engadget App has posted three positions for Antenna Engineers in their job database on June 23rd.

We reported about the iPhone 4 Antenna reception problems on June 24th the first time. The videos and reports about the issue were filed the the day and night before by the first iPhone 4 users.

My perception is that Apple is buying time right now to find a solution. They know that the antenna issues on the iPhone 4 are more severe than on other phones. Apple has to do something to ease the issue. Maybe the new antenna engineers are already hired and hard at work. A iOS 4 software update would be the ideal solution, but nobody knows if Apple can fix the issue via software alone.
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