Given the complaints coming in from the users of iPhone 4’s so called "death grip" antennas about the failure in supporting the signal, GeekTech has declared that it will not suggest the users to opt for the phone.
In addition, the Consumer Reports magazine said that it wants Apple to direct a recall of the iPhone 4 models.
Chris Brandrick said that the antenna has troubled a large number of people. The density in the number of complaints has made the recall crucial, as it has been established by now that the problem is genuine.
Consumer Reports told that the customers are suffering from a range of problems, which include call drops and interruptions in signal.
The magazine has been especially assigned the task of analyzing the responses of the customers.
Interestingly, this has happened for the first time that Consumer Reports has raised an objection against an iPhone model, since 2007.
"Our findings call into question the recent claim by Apple that the iPhone 4's signal-strength issues were largely an optical illusion caused by faulty software", Mike Gikas from Consumer Reports.
He added that the features of the phone are fabulous, except for the particular setback. iPhone 4 has been priced at $199.
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