Thursday, August 28, 2008

Repeat Tests Show iPhone 3G Has No Faulty Hardware

After lab results demonstrated that the iPhone 3G's antenna actually functions normally, critics complained that the tests didn't represent their own experiences. So the tests were performed again on two phones that had been experiencing severe problems for some users; the verdict was the same: no hardware problems found.

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I am a lover of children's literature said...

I wonder how this will effect the recent class-action suit that was launched against Apple? I can't see how this would help there case any.

Anonymous said...

Their is a tiny bit different ... although this "Internet chatter" IS included in the filing. Their claim is even less credible ... They are expecting 3G speeds on Edge because Apple's commercials say "Twice as fast" and they are claiming low signal when "not in a At&t coverage area" makes the iphone useless.

If you ask me Verizon or RIM or Motorola is paying someone to file this.