Date: Wednesday, November 9th, 2011, 07:25
Category: iPhone, News
If you can win over “Consumer Reports”, that’s saying something.
Per Boy Genius Report, Consumer Reports magazine, which stated that it refused to “recommend” the iPhone 4 due to antenna-based issues, on Tuesday proclaimed that the redesigned antenna system on Apple’s iPhone 4S is no longer affected by the dreaded death grip.
“In special reception tests of the iPhone 4S that duplicated those we did on the iPhone 4, the newer phone did not display the same reception flaw, which involves a loss of signal strength when you touch a spot on the phone’s lower left side while you’re in an area with a weak signal,” the independent consumer shopping guide stated on its blog.
While the new antenna allowed the iPhone 4S to score higher than its predecessor in Consumer Reports’ ratings, the improvements still weren’t enough to top Samsung’s Galaxy S II, the LG Thrill or the Motorola DROID BIONIC.
If you have two cents to hurl in regarding the iPhone 4S’ current antenna and its reception, please let us know what’s on your mind via the comments.
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