Consumer Reports can not recommend the iPhone 4

If there is still any uncertainly left about the iPhone 4’s antenna problem, Consumer Reports have now made it official.  Conducting tests on 3 iPhones in a shielded room with their own cellular generators they were able to show the signal problems had nothing to do with attenuation due to the bulk of the hand, but a simple, even stupidly predictable, problem with bridging the two antennas, an issue Apple has still completely refused to acknowledge.

The fact that millions still chose the defective by design device indicated Apple understand their audience, who habitually choose style over function, very well indeed.

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