Apple just announced the iPhone 4S and it looks exactly the same as the iPhone 4! Does that mean it's plagued by the iPhone 4's notorious attenuation problem? No, not anymore. This time around, they fixed the antenna.
So we've already had HTC, Nokia and RIM give us their side of Apple's odd attempt to downgrade the entire smartphone industry, now it's Samsung's turn—which says "Reception problems have not happened so far" on Omnia II.
After arguing that all smartphones have the same antenna problem the iPhone 4 has, Apple has given a solution to the "non-problem". The one we asked for: Free bumpers or cases. Here are all the details.
Dave Winer—the father of blogging and the RSS—has published this article on Apple's current situation. His prediction: The Reality Distortion Field bubble is "about to burst" and Apple is going to suffer the ugliest shitstorm you've ever seen.
AppleInsider has posted an open letter to Steve Jobs by New York Senator Charles Schumer (D). The letter strongly criticizes the iPhone 4's antenna problem. We have confirmed that the letter is real, and it'll be officially published soon:
While Apple isn't giving away free cases to people experiencing the iPhone 4's antenna problem, a company called cases.com claims they will. They say they will give you a black, purple, rose, blue, or white LifeGrip silicone-based case for free.