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July 14, 2010



Was there an antenna/signal strength problem with your iPhone 3? How did this change with the 4?


Roger, the only signal strength problem I had with my 3G iPhone was the crappy reception we get out here in rural south Salem. Our house is in a cellular dead zone where everybody who tries to use a mobile phone has signal strength problems.

The reception seems about the same with the iPhone 4. I just downloaded the 4.0.1 version of the software which fixes the problem with inaccurate bar readings of signal strength, so that makes it kind of hard to compare the 3G and 4. Like I said, I'm enjoying the iPhone 4 much more than my previous phone.

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