Posts Tagged ‘antennagate’

When the iPhone 4 went on sale in June 2010, it appeared to be yet another flawless piece of engineering from the Apple design teams. The previous three releases had all featured a similar design to one another with the iPhone 3G and 3GS being practically identical. The iPhone 4 made a break away from the tried and tested iPhone form and featured an entirely new and beautiful design which comprised of two panels of hardened aluminosilicate glass and an uninsulated stainless steel frame.

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Chances are, assuming you haven’t been living in a cave for the last 12 months, that you have heard of Apple’s infamous ‘Antennagate’ debacle.

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Despite having a redesigned antenna, it seems like iPhone 4’s “antennagate” isn’t over it. After taking it through their regular test, iLounge has discovered that the CDMA based iPhone 4 on Verizon suffers from the same antenna issues that plagued the original GSM iPhone 4, which was launched back in June last year.

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CNN has listed out their “The 10 biggest tech fails of 2010” in which they have picked Apple’s iPhone 4 “antennagate” as tech’s biggest fail of the year 2010.

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