Reporters’ Roundtable: What’s the iPhone 4’s problem?

iPhone | Thursday July 8 2010 10:13 PM | Comments (0) Tags: , , , ,

The iPhone 4’s radio woes are well-documented. The most recent tests, like our own, show dramatic radio performance issues when a part of the external antenna is gripped.

This week on the Roundtable, we delve into the electronic and radio engineering issues affecting the iPhone 4’s antennas, as well as other phones. Our guests are CNET’s own Maggie Reardon, author of 5-bar phone signal: What’s it get you?, and AnandTech’s Brian Klug, who tested the iPhone for that site and co-wrote the great technical review, Apple ‘s iPhone 4: Thoroughly Reviewed.

If you want to really understand why the iPhone behaves the way it does, watch or listen to this episode of Reporters’ Roundtable.

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