It is my understanding that Apple's upcoming software "fix" merely adjusts the signal bar display to show less bars for a given signal strength than it does currently. I know it may not be quite this simple, but hear me out. After the "fix", those of us who have grown accustomed to having 5 bars with previous iPhones and other non-iPhones will begin to see 3 maybe 4 bars. When we call Apple or go to an Apple store with a reception complaint, Apple will respond by asking us how many bars we have. Any answer of less than 5 will result in a scripted response that we must be in a low signal area. Currentley, it is difficult for Apple to defer any blame to AT&T for the issues with their antenna design because the vast majority of iPhone owners have 5 bars. Essentially, the "fix" is going to artificially deflate the visual display of reception quality, allowing Apple to blame AT&T for reception issues that are likely the result of flawed atenna design. P.S. I stopped by an apple store today and was not surprised by the fact that all iphones had WIFI set to on. When I turned it off, and held the phones in my hand, about half of them had problems loading espn.com. Interesting.