BGR: Supposed images of upcoming iPhone 5 show larger screen and, thankfully, new antenna design.
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A survey by IDC done at the height of "Antennagate" finds non-iPhone owners are more interested in the device than people who have one.
One of Apple CEO Steve Jobs's defenses was that other smartphones lose signal strength when held a certain way. But RIM and others counter that the iPhone's antenna problems are unique.
With venerable Consumer Reports questioning Apple's honesty and PR experts calling for a recall, will Apple eventually capitulate, swallow its pride and make it right?
The respected consumer product testing publication says the iPhone's problems aren't likely to be solved by Apple's software fix. Instead, it suggests duct tape.
The iPhone has had a defect in how it displayed signal strength since its original model, Apple admits. What can be done?