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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by OnNightfall, Jun 24, 2010.
Did the bumper case fix your antenna issue?
Yes, it did
Yes, just tried for 15 minutes and couldn't replicate the issue.
Engadget also claims that the bumper solves the issue and I think they're right
Keep voting and commenting guys. This is actually an important topic.
I have the griffin reveal.. and it drops bars sometimes, but I have not lost a call...
Wow, I have to buy an accessories for my phone to work
I have the bumper and it still happens to me, although not as quickly.
Seems like that these days...
I tried this earlier, didn't get much attention But yes mine did fix the issue, I do have a replacement phone on the way so hopefully that helps.
Not using a Bumper, per se, but I picked up a Griffin Reveal, which has a similar rubber border, and it does seem to eliminate, or at least lessen, the issue.
Phone on table by itself (no bumper) = full bars
Phone in hand during call (no bumper) = 1 bar
Phone on table by itself (bumper) = full bars
Phone in hand during call (bumper) = 1 bar
conclusion: didn't do a thing for me.
The bumper hasn't completely eliminated the reception issue. At least when attempting to use the iphone 4 inside my house where I don't get greatest AT&T reception. I typically get 2-3 bars, occasionally going up to 4 bars. Without the bumper, I can consistently get the phone to lose reception completely with left-handed death grip. With the bumper I bought this morning, the phone still loses a couple bars, down to 1 bar, still allowing me to make calls. However if I go outside and walk down the block where the AT&T signal is 5 full bars, I don't lose any bars with the bumper. Without the bumper, I lose a couple bars.
LOL A $30 accessory