Sunday, July 4, 2010

3 iPhone 4 problems you should know

The iPhone 4 is gonna be released soon in Singapore. Heres the top 3 problems encountered by current iPhone 4 owners that you need to be aware of before you place your order.

iPhone 4 yellow screen
There have been multiple reports on yellow spots seen at the corner of the iPhone 4 display screen. It is claimed that the discoloration is due to the adhesive used to bond the layers of glass in the screen together. The adhesive requires a period of drying time and needs time to disappear.
[More info from Apple Support]

The iPhone 4 glass may shatter when dropped
The iPhone 4 front and back glass panel is made up of engineered glass. The material is in fact aluminosilicate glass which is chemically strengthened to be 20 times stiffer and 30 times harder than plastic and designed to be ultra durable. However, the caveat is that it will make the material more brittle and will shatters when dropped. Same thing as the windscreen shattering on impact. So new owners of iPhone 4, be careful not to drop your precious.

The 'Death Grip'
When the iPhone 4 is hold in a certain way, the reception will be lost. I have wrote about this in my earlier post regarding fixing this issue. Not to worry, Apple is already working on a patch iOS 4.0.1 to fix this. Should expect the patch to be available pretty soon.

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