Alright, I love my iPhone 4 and I'm not giving it back. I'm also not putting a stupid bumper on it or any other case. I paid for a certain aesthetic quality that those ruin. However, Apple has now admitted that there IS a hardware problem, and because of this problem some people will decide to just return their phones b/c a bumper is not an acceptable fix (as it wouldn't be for me). So will AT&T let people out of their contracts? They really should. People purchased the plans b/c of the new phones, which by Apple's own admission are defective. The obvious argument is that no one HAD to purchase the contract to get the new phone, they could have just paid double the price for the phone. So the answer is more than likely no they won't, but still it's slightly shady. Thoughts? Comments? I myself am keeping my plan and my naked phone.