By The Way, Apple IPhone 4 Bumpers Cost Money Again

Posted: Oct 7 2010, 9:05am CDT | by , in News | Apple

By the Way, Apple iPhone 4 Bumpers cost Money again
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The Apple Store offers the iPhone 4 Bumpers for $29 after the free deal ended last month.

Apple stopped the free bumper program end of September. Now you have to pay $29 again on the Apple Store if you want Apple's solution to the iPhone 4 antenna issue. There are though tons of 3rd party bumpers out there that cost way less than $29, which is a lot considering its just a rubber band.

The rumors have quite down again that Apple would actually release an updated iPhone 4 after the free bumper program ended. It also got pretty quite about the iPhone 4 antenna issue. Either every iPhone 4 user has dressed down his iPhone or knows how to hold it to avoid signal loss.

What we still wait for is the release of the white iPhone 4. Last time Apple said it will be arriving in time for Christmas. What takes so long?

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