Apple Trying To Fix Signal Issues With The iPhone 3G

August 15, 2008

Apple is trying to work on a fix for a problem which has been persistent since the launch of the iPhone 3G.  Many iPhone 3G owners have been reporting lost signals, dropped calls, and poor connections over the AT&T 3G network...Washington (ChattahBox) – Apple is trying to work on a fix for a problem which has been persistent since the launch of the iPhone 3G. Many iPhone 3G owners have been reporting lost signals, dropped calls, and poor connections over the AT&T 3G network.

It is believed at this point that the signal problems for the iPhone 3G revolve around the software set in a communications chip inside the phone.

Appl eis currently working with Infineon Technology, who makes the chip, to try and get a software upgrade released to fix the problem.

The iPhonoe 3G has been experiencing issues when switching to a faster network, such as 3G.


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