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+ - No Bars For iPhone Brits

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "The newest iPhone users, who bought the Apple phones when they went on sale in England on Nov. 9, are reporting persistent signal-strength problems on O2, the UK's only iPhone service provider. InfoWeek blogger Alex Wolfe says there's a debate as to whether O2 or the iPhone is at fault; it appears to be the handset, which is unusual since U.S. users haven't reported similar problems. Some 02 customers report that getting a replacement phone fixes things; others have had to do a software restore back to version 1.1.2 of the iPhone software."
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