Apple iPhone 4 (CDMA)
?Weak Signal Strength? 24.0 db from FCC filing. Are you kidding me?
I've been reading the FCC SAR reports for 10 years and found that real world coverage, dropped calls, missed calls, etc follow the conducted output power very closely. It has always helped me to choose phones with the best reception possible. So I guess I won't be getting an iPhone...
If i wanted an iPhone that didn't work in part of my house, or my office, or on the back roads, etc, I could have got one 4 years ago from at&t...
Apple, Verizon, please prove me wrong, show me that your wrap around a...
If they make changes to the phone, they have to get that part of it tested and approved again and will file additional documents with the FCC for any updates they do.
The redesign on the antenna was for the CDMA signal and frequencies, which will require a different antenna from a CDMA phone, as they use different frequency bands. I doubt there will be any changes before the phone is released in a few weeks, however, they may make changes later if there are a lot of signal problems with the phone.
just curious for comparison sake. And what phones have good ratings?