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Apple needs proper grasp on iPhone 4′s PR problem

Hopefully, Steve Jobs is pointing at a mirror

The biggest problem with the iPhone 4′s antenna isn’t whether it’s faulty or fine, it’s Apple.

Apple has so far avoided the serious issue of whether the iPhone 4 has a legitimate hardware problem and instead obfuscated the issue by first telling users how to hold the new iPhone and then blaming a software glitch. As a result, Apple now has a big PR headache on top of an obvious hardware flaw.

Read the rest of this story at Appolicious.com.  Also, I discussed the iPhone 4’s antenna problems and Apple’s real competition Tuesday with WGN-AM 720 host Greg Jarrett.

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