IOS 4.01 Comes To Fix IPhone 4 Left Hand Reception Issue

Posted: Jun 26 2010, 8:02am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 8:15am CDT, in Rumors | Rumors

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The biggest negative headlines about the iPhone 4 last week were around the issue of losing reception when holding the iPhone 4 in your left hand.
Apple decided that holding the iPhone 4 in a certain way or buying an iPhone 4 case are the only solutions to the problem. The problem was communicated as a technical limitation that other phones suffer from as well.

Now Apple Insider issues an in-depth report claiming that the hardware design is not alone to blame. An OS 4.01 update for the iPhone is supposed to come as early as Monday to ease the reception problem.
There is evidence that the iPhone 3GS suffers from certain holding positions more with iOS 4 than before. This would prove that there is also a bug in IOS related to the reception loss. iOS 4.01 is rumored to fix this next week.

This issue certainly kept the iPhone 4 in the news since its official launch on Thursday. The other negative headline around the iPhone 4 is its short supply. Let's see how fast Apple can catch up with the demand for the new iPhone.
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