News of the day seems to be a series of job postings at Apple no less than eight for antenna engineers. Posted on June 23rd, the day before the launch of iPhone IV (or, 4, if youre not into epic things), the postings raise some suspicion about the alleged signal failure problem, and whether or not Apple might have suspected something was up with the device before it hit the market or at least after the flood of signal complaints on the afternoon of the 23rd. Whatever the case, Apple isnt prepared to dick around. Applicants will be expected to performance radiation performance measurements, create test plans, execute them, publish test reports, provide feedback to the other design engineers, and lead some of the manufacturing of antenna. How many years of experience? X. Sorry, thats 10. Youd better have made a goddamn career out of antenna engineering if you wanna help Apple solve this issue an issue Apple continues to claim doesnt exist. We ARE NOT appeasing customers with free bumpers, instructs a leaked procedure list for AppleCare representatives. But even if theyre lying, its good to see theyre doing something about it. In the background. Secret style. Ninja stuff.