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No Bars For iPhone Brits

Anonymous Coward writes | more than 6 years ago

Handhelds 0

An anonymous reader writes "The newest iPhone users, who bought the Apple phones when they went on sale in England on Nov. 9, are reporting persistent signal-strength problems on O2, the UK's only iPhone service provider. InfoWeek blogger Alex Wolfe says there's a debate as to whether O2 or the iPhone is at fault; it appears to be the handset, which is unusual since U.S. users haven't reported similar problems. Some 02 customers report that getting a replacement phone fixes things; others have had to do a software restore back to version 1.1.2 of the iPhone software."

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