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Apple, AT&T sued over iPhone 4 reception issue

A class action lawsuit has been filed against Apple and AT&T over the iPhone 4’s cellular reception issues. The suit, filed in Maryland District Court, revolves around the “left hand” reception issue, and alleges that Apple and AT&T “knew or reasonably should have known of the iPhone 4’s defective nature prior to placing the iPhone 4 into the stream of commerce.” Claims against the two companies include general negligence, defect in design, manufacture, and assembly, deceptive trade practices, negligent misrepresentation, and fraud by concealment. The suit seeks compensatory damages and “other remedies.” [via Gizmodo]

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Jokes on them, anandtechs indepth examination of the signal loss shows that the iP4 dosn’t lose that much more than other phones, and dosn’t lose enough to kill a strong signal. You still need a weak signal for your hand to kill the call.

Posted by Charles Starrett on July 2, 2010 at 2:27 AM (CDT)

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