Apple can't fix antenn issue goes after Jailbreak
For most this is a sad day for iPhone 4 users. Apple has publicly stated that it cannot fix the flawed antenna on the iPhone 4. The software patch due out next week will only fix the way the bars represent this signal. The other hot topic that apple insiders has spoken about is that the delay in the patch is a direct result of a fix that Apple is more concerned with in regards to the exploit used in jail breaking the iPhone 4. It seem that Apple has turned its back on solving a most serious flaw in the design of their beloved iPhone and instead go after the users. I Apple has really gone to far with this one and one can only assume that they intend to brush this problem under the carpet. It was also reveled that the tethering feature in the iPhone 4 was purposely disabled by Apple just days before the units were shipped causing those who paid for the data service with AT&T to be screwed once again. Currently in the US there has been good percentage of users returning their devices because it does not do as advertised. Apple has finally waved the restocking fee that it originally imposed on its unhappy customers. Apple has no further plans to fix any antenna related issues after this update except to incorporate any new changes in its future iPhone should they consider developing one. Chances are it will not be as a success as the iphone 4 was its biggest failure.