My Problem with today's conference is that I feel like I was treated like a stupid person through the entire thing. They claim to be an engineering company who can solve problems and they're solving this by giving away a free patch? My experience with this problem is that when I touch the magical "x-spot" All of my internet data completely stops if I am in an area with 3 bars or less. My bars only drop 1, but all data stops. This was not addressed and was ignored. Did steve show me that all phones have this problem? No he didnt. All i have to do is lay one finger on my phone. Other phones were gripped by a lot of flesh in the images shown. All of the statistics he showered were fodder. I didn't call customer support cause I knew the internet and media were doing enough complaining. The problem isn't the bars it's the data flow. Only one finger does this to the iPhone 4, not other phones. Hell im sure laying a key or something conductive on the antenna would cause this. Apple wants to publicly appear that the only problem is 'bars'. I'm disappointed the press didn't question the data rates as it's something they probably tested and something we are wanted to ignore. That said, I'm to ingrained in Apple's halo and wont be returning my device. I'll continue to better my software experience by writing apps for it. I expect a slight hardware change come october based on how non-explicit steve was about the prospect of a hardware fix. Thanks macrumors for providing me a forum to say this.