Apple Demonstrates Signal Issue with Other Phones

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Recently after lots of criticism and complaints about Apple’s flagship product iPhone 4, company has recently launched¬† Antenna Performance Page which aims to show that other phones besides iPhone 4 also suffers from the signal strengthen issue when held in a particular manner, without mentioning name of Nokia. However this move of Apple hit Nokia upto core and they passed a statement claiming that Nokia maintains a pre testing division with good number of testers which try to evaluate any Nokia phone before launch.

Now it was time for Apple which was already facing heat on iPhone 4 issue from all the corners. Silently to answer Nokia, Apple has release a video which shows the performance of Nokia N97 mini’s signal strength while held in a certain manner. As a result there were significant signal lost with Nokia N97 also. Grip the phone in a weak signal area, Apple claims, and it can drop from 7 to 2 bars. Check out the video below

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-b-aoZNv-q0&feature=player_embedded

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If we believe on Apple’s claims and assume that most of the phones can have similar signal strength problem in weak areas, if held in a specific manner, debate is certain on whether most of the phones, already in market, really gone through such process testing or able to cope up with signal problem. Need to dig deeply.

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