Did anyone else think it was interesting that Apple says "So the heart of the problem is, smartphones have issues, and we made it easy to exploit the issue by showing people where to hold the phone to cover the antenna.". Apparently they believe their biggest problem is putting an identifying mark in the wrong place. Last I heard, it was believed that the bridging of the two antennas with a conductive material (such as your hand) was causing interference which exacerbated the issue. But Steve made absolutely no mention of this. He seemed to imply that the entire issue was just due to the location of the antenna, and the seam was just a coincidental marker. Interestingly, if they were to admit to the bridge being a contributing factor, then it would mean the iPhone 4 isn't "just like other smartphones" because no other smart phone has that dual-antenna separated by a thin piece of rubber design. They would have to admit that the problem is partly because of a uniquely iPhone 4 design flaw. So what do you think, does bridging the antennas really have nothing to do with it, or are they just omitting that notion so that their theory will fit better.