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Comment Re:Actual formula change (Score 1) 534

Well, I'm very apprehensive as well. I do have an iPhone 4 and previously an iPhone 3 (not s). I've seen my signal strength drop abruptly several times on my iPhone 4, but never drop a call. This was typically in sections that I expected low signal strength and even poor phone quality (below-ground parking garage, elevator, etc). My phone performance is (subjectively) exactly the same as my old busted iPhone 3. I still experience the same amount of call degradation in spotty areas. So, even though my reported signal strength is a little lower than expected, I still experienced my previously expected performance of the 2-year-old model. I really don't know which side of the fence to toss my 2-cents in.

Comment Re:Formula change (Score 1) 534

Well, I'm very apprehensive as well.

I do have an iPhone 4 and I've seen my signal strength drop abruptly several times, but never drop a call. This was typically in sections that I expected low signal strength and even poor phone quality (below-ground parking garage, elevator, etc). My phone performance is (subjectively) exactly the same as my old busted iPhone 3. I still experience the same amount of call degregation in spotty areas. So, even though my reported signal strength is a little lower than expected, I still experienced my previously expected performance of the 2-year-old model.

I really don't know which side of the fence to toss my 2-cents in.

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