iPhone 4 Reception Problem May Bring Class Action Lawsuit

As everyone is aware there is a problem with the reception with the latest Apple gizmo the iPhone 4 no matter how many times Steve Jobs says there isn’t. It’s blatantly obvious that something is wrong by the amount of complaints hitting the net.

Well, Jobs may wish to bury his head in the sand over the iPhone 4 reception issue, but according to an article by Ryan Tate over on Gawker, there may just be a class action lawsuit heading Apple’s way over the aforementioned issue.

Apparently the Californian law firm, Kershaw, Cutter & Ratinoff LLP, of suing Facebook and Zynga over scammy gaming ads fame, are looking for individuals that have “recently purchased the new iPhone and have experienced poor reception, dropped calls and weak signals.”

One can only presume that the law firm is looking for those individuals so they can mount a lawsuit against Apple over the iPhone 4 reception problems, and as the article says, when someone like Steve Jobs states a user should “avoid holding it in that way,” he’s simply asking for trouble.


4 thoughts on “iPhone 4 Reception Problem May Bring Class Action Lawsuit”

  1. strongfist says:

    Simply amazing. You know I think that Apple is facing all of these issues because they rushed to make the iPhone 4. Android more than likely caused this. However, Steve needs to give an official statement and soon. Until then we can only speculate.

    Any how theres this article at http://getyourgadgetsgoing.com/ called "iPhone 4 Is In But The Problems Are Out: Complete Overview"

    Check it out for the complete listing of iPhone 4 issues and one that you may yet have heard of but still might be experiencing.

  2. Mr.R says:

    It just amazing to see what Apple Fan boys had to say on all the forums related to this matter. Apple is amazing to build this brand followers, but for those of who think " Apple do no wrong" should realize that if Apple keep doing this, soon or later The Apple brand will go down. Apple fun boys should be happy to get all this complains that make the brand stronger at the end.

  3. greg says:

    The antenna was a first year engineering bonehead mistake. Apple should be giving away their rubber bumpers just to make the phone work!

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