iPhone 4 signal reception issue has caught the attention of media and users enormously! AppleInsider has reported that Apple is working on an updated version of iOS 4 named "iOS 4.0.1" to address iPhone 4 signal reception issue via software fix. There are no official words form Apple regarding iOS 4.0.1, but some readers have reported that Apple's tech support forums originally confirmed that iOS 4.0.1 software fix is coming soon, later those comments were deliberately removed by Apple for some unknown reasons.
Have a look at following excerpt from AI.
Technical description written above supporting software fix for iPhone 4 signal reception seems convincing, but I think it'd not be that easy for Apple to cater this issue with a software fix. The way iPhone 4 signals vanish, it looks that signals are getting grounded by touching at bottom left corner to the phone, where Apple has repositioned the Antenna in iPhone 4. So no matter how efficient the software fix is, phone Antenna will remain at its position.
Let's see what Apple brings up, guess we'll have to wait for any update. In worst case, Apple might need to come up with a hardware fix, which will definitely be a blow for Apple!
In the mean, you may check our guides on jailbreaking and unlocking iOS 4. iPhone iOS 4 can be jailbreaked with 3 existing tools i-e Redsn0w 0.9.5b5-4, Sn0wBreeze 1.6.1 and PwnageTool 4.01. Ultrasn0w 0.93 can unlock iPhone 3G / 3GS with baseband 04.26.08, 05.11.07, 05.12.01 and latest 05.13.04.
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