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Topic # 66110 12-Aug-2010 15:23
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Hi, sorry if this has been posted before. Does the iPhone 4 have the same signal problems in NZ as they have experienced in the US? Just considering my options

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 366835 12-Aug-2010 15:52
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There are two different questions to my way of thinking.

1) Is the death grip real and can you replicate it in NZ? Yes.

2) Does that cause any real world problems? More than likely not, unless you were in a marginal signal area to start with.


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  Reply # 366836 12-Aug-2010 15:52
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Yes, it's design issue, not network issue

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  Reply # 366922 12-Aug-2010 19:27
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I wouldnt let it phase your decision to buy, ive had no dropped calls and to be honest when im on the phone i cant see the bars anyway. 

And im in a rubbish signal area. 




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simple logic.


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  Reply # 366977 12-Aug-2010 22:23
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I use my mine mainly inside a large office building, and have had NO issues with dropped calls etc.  Clarity is crystal clear, and 3G data is fast.



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  Reply # 367195 13-Aug-2010 14:31
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Hi guys, thanks, that's what I wanted to knowCool

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