So the iphone4 has been out in canada for like 7 days now and looking for the low down. I've been following the apple forums and so far I'm moving towards not getting it due to all the problems the USA/UK are having with it. I for one do not want to spend that much money on a new product to be a beta tester so to say untill apple works out the bugs.
I've had my iPhone 4 for a few days now. I have only had 1 dropped call which may have been due to walking to an area of my house with low signal. Besides that I had one call take about 15-20 seconds to connect. Those being the only two problems I've had I'm pretty happy with the phone. I don't have a case so I'm not sure if it will help or not. You could always go with a 3GS which I never had any issues with, or you could wait a year for the iPhone5 or maybe they'll call it iPhone 4Gs...
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CBC talked about it and the problem seam to not effect the editor at all. He did it in Toronto then the outskirts of Algonquin...
[QUOTE]In testing the bumper-free iPhone 4 over the weekend on Telus's network, I couldn't incite the supposed signal loss no matter how hard I tried. I tried to block the offending parts with my fingers and, when that failed, I palmed the entire device in both hands. I tried this in downtown Toronto and on the outskirts of Algonquin, a provincial park in rural Ontario. I did it while the phone was idle and while having conversations on it. In none of the cases did I experience a dropped call, or even a decline in the number of signal bars displayed.
My tests seem to be on par with what many Canadian buyers have found. On Twitter, many users have reported their connections to be just fine while reviewers for the Toronto Star and Winnipeg Free Press also judged Antennagate to be an overblown, media-created phenomenon.
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