Let me start by saying that I am by no means an Apple hater. I have owned every iPhone, every iPad and has been using Macs for a very long time. However, I don't sugarcoat things. I am posting this video because this is a genuine issue that is present with the iPhone 5 hardware. If anyone has owned the iPhone 4 (I know I have), you should know the famous 'death grip' where you lose cellular signal when you hold your iPhone in a certain way. The iPhone 5 actually has a similar problem as I have discovered, although it is related to Wi-Fi. If you actually cover the top part of the iPhone's back (the part made of glass) in a specific way, you will actually lose Wi-Fi signal strength just like the iPhone 4 lost signal strength when you held it in another way. Here is a video showcasing I made just now. This is very real. I am literally 4 meters away from my AirPort Extreme base station. This problem exists regardless if you use 2.4GHz or 5GHz. Now, this problem isn't nearly as big as the iPhone 4, because only a retard who is deliberately trying to reproduce this problem (cough) would ever hold the phone that way. The reason why I haven't discovered this bug up till now is because if you hold the phone normally, there's no way you'll completely cover the top glass area with your hands. I did it accidentally and suddenly my Wi-Fi signal vanished. That's how I discovered this bug. iPhone 5 is the most beautiful piece of hardware Apple has ever designed, and I can see that as soon as I unboxed it. This is definitely the best phone mankind has ever made, both in form and function. All the bad press the iPhone 5 has received has been the Maps, but to be honest I never found any problems with Apple Maps where I live. However, this Wi-Fi problem is very real, and I would just like to bring this to the attention of everyone. It's not like I'll be returning this phone because of this. Again, this is still the best smartphone in the World...and by a large margin.