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iPhone 4 Recall Rumors Untrue

27 June 2010 6 Comments

Posted by Randy

iPhone 4 recall

Rumors of the iPhone 4 recall are circulating across the web after signal issues have been reported. It was then followed by a fake Steve Jobs twitter account tweet that says Apple might have to recall the device that was later picked-up by the Daily Mail.

The tweet says: “We may have to recall the new iPhone. This, I did not expect.

The Daily Mail published a story yesterday quoting @ceoSteveJobs‘ tweet above. As of this writing, the article has already been deleted but you could still read the story from syndicated sites.

You can still find other sites that copied the story by typing “Apple iPhone 4: The much-vaunted gadget may be recalled” or “Apple iPhone 4 may be recalled, says Steve Jobs‎” on Google’s search box.

According to AppleInsider, iPhone 4’s signal issues observed by the owners appear to be a software problem that an OS update could fix. iOS 4.0.1 is expected to be released early next week.


  • Chris Harrison said:


    Notice the end of this URL “LH-iTunes-Brick-UK”, is it possible that Apple already new that this was a Left Handed Brick?

  • lemon said:

    I think the obvious solution here is if Apple gives iPhone 4 customers a complimentary rubber bumper. If this truly helps with signal reception, it will surely save the cost of having to recall an entire product line. IMHO.
    While I love their products, I do hope Apple steps up on this one.
    The iPhone 4 tempting features, HD Video Recording and reviews:

  • USB 3G Viettel said:

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  • USB 3G said:

    Excellent, I just passed this onto a colleague who was doing a little research on that. Thank for this imformation.

  • USB 3G said:

    Nice, that’s helpful for me!

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