An executive at a Mexican cellphone carrier Telcel claims that Apple has a revised iPhone 4 coming late September that fixes the annoying antenna problems everyone's seen with the original model.
We've been getting trouble reports from users about their iPhone 4, especially around the antenna reception/dropped calls issue. There are smaller factory defects as well, and thankfully they're not as widespread, which means you can exchange your phone.
This is the final update from your tweets, emails, comments and Facebook messages. Here is the review that you've written for the iPhone 4. (For the most part, you seem to like it...aside from that pesky antenna issue.)
For the first time, Apple support technicians have pointed at a manufacturing issue as the origin of the yellow bands and spots that people are finding in their iPhone 4's displays. There's no official word from Apple yet, however.
There's a problem with the iPhone 4's Retina displays: Some screens have a yellow tint across the surface. 55 cases and counting. In some, it's a yellow band. In others, yellow spots. See the gallery. [Updated with Apple support feedback]
This is not a drop test. This is the first iPhone 4 that breaks after a simple accident that anyone may have: A one-foot drop. Updated.