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Apple iPhone 4: You’re Holding It Wrong…

Submitted by on June 25, 2010 – 12:09 pm6 Comments

Engadget made this collage of iPhone ads while pointing out the obvious way a cell phone is held. It’s a huge problem if your cell phone is unreliable when making or receiving phone calls, especially in the business world. Maybe to some it could be the perfect excuse.

The buzz flying around the Apple iPhone is this: If you touch the bottom left corner of the antenna band, you’re essentially blocking your cell phone reception. Engadget reached out to Apple regarding this issue and Steve Jobs provided the greatest answer of the year: “Just avoid holding it in that way.” Great job, Steve, you’re famous now.

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