Apple Says iPhone Update Improves 3G, Users Still Unhappy

August 22, 2008

Apple Inc. has stated that their most recent iPhone software update improves problems users were having with the iPhone 3G users not being able to connect to 3G networks....Washington (ChattahBox) – Apple Inc. has stated that their most recent iPhone software update improves problems users were having with the iPhone 3G users not being able to connect to 3G networks.

Apple released the iPhone 2.0.2 software update on Monday, stating that it was all for “bug fixes.”

Apple stated the update improves the iPhone 3G, fixing many of the issues users were having with dropped calls, lost signals, etc.

The problem though is that users are still stating that all of these issues persist, as nothing appears to be fixed.

Apple has stated that the problems have to do with the software of a chipset that is in the iPhone 3G.

The next big iPhone update is set for September, and users may have to wait until then for a definite fix to their 3G woes.


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