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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Juarez7514, Jul 8, 2010.
for all the android fanboys.
well, seeing as how most of us here have an iPhone and not an evo, we've never had to worry about an evo dropping a call.
Strange that it happens when cupping the top of the Evo. I thought the FCC mandated that all mobile antennas be placed furthest away from the user's head.
And what is it with that guy's home screen? It's an incomprehensible mess....
No one debates that blocking cell phone antennas can have an effect on their signal.
The differences with the iPhone 4 are that it can be so dramatic (right down to dropping a call or freezing data transfer), and it happens if you simply place a single finger in a very common position.
Sorry, I had an EVO and not once did I drop a signal even one bar just from holding it.
Because the iPhone is relevant.
But only if you are already in a very low signal area (despite what the bars say).
My 3GS never dropped calls when held that way, but the iPhone 4 does. Same location.
I have the bumper on and don't have the problem, but I can see why people complain.
Because it's Apple and there are a lot of people who hates Apple
that and the typical, not all, apple customer seems to be very very picky and demanding!
Where is this magic position? I haven't been able to find it on my phone.
Why even start this thread? You know you're trolling and nothing good will come of it.
I had a dropped call the other day, but it was because I was holding it in a way that I normally and don't comfortably hold it. For the record, that's one more dropped call than I've ever had with my 3GS, which never dropped calls.
Still not enough for me to worry about it. My phone has been great otherwise.