Pretty smart move on Apple's part, and they probably are correct with their findings. Now people will have poor signal on iPhone 4 (subtract 1-2 bars from what you are getting now since supposedly the bars are falsely high). So after the hubbub dies down, people will resume blaming AT&T's network and not Apple, when they find they are not getting signal with their iPhone 4. Not everyone has 2 phones that they can compare side to side to see if one is getting signal and the other isn't. But what about the proximity sensor issue? Is that going to be fixed?