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Hopefully the iPhone 6’s antenna will work correctly on Sprint

Another iPhone, another network, another antennagate. iLounge has posted its “Verizon Death HUG” video, not to be confused with their “AT&T Death GRIP video”.

7 Responses to “Hopefully the iPhone 6’s antenna will work correctly on Sprint”
  1. The Captain says:

    Big question… can you make phone calls with out being dropped?
    If yes, still points over AT&T!

  2. whatever says:

    I just found out that placing the iPhone under six feet of salt water inside a lead-lined tank also attenuates reception on both wi-fi and 3G. Totally unacceptable.

  3. Min says:

    Come on! Who “Hug” phone like that???

  4. Tom says:

    Complete idiocy. Gee, and my 3GS loses signal inside the walk-in freezer at work when I close the big metal door, who’d have thought? Look Ma, when I bridge every one of the antenna joints, it doesn’t work! Come to think of it my boombox stopped getting good reception after the antenna broke off, too. I wonder if that thing might have served some sort of function?

  5. Ian Sterne says:

    This and every other phone, big f***ing deal.

  6. Jonro says:

    My phone drops its signal when I’m at the meat department at the back of my supermarket. Why does proximity to T-bones cause my phone to drop calls? This doesn’t happen by the crackers?

  7. ghostshadow says:

    Oh how convenient, they disabled comments… afraid of bad publicity iLounge? Ok, so the phone loses signal when you completely smother it in your hands like an idiot… Nice, but in real world situations, you’re not going to be smothering your phone like this… This is just complete utter idiocy, to me it seems like iLounge is just trying to get some more page views by starting another antennagate debacle.

    I have the VZW iPhone sitting right next to me and it has yet to lose any signal or slow down by holding it. I have also tried the ATT death grip on it and it was not phased. I don’t understand why we’re supposed to be surprised when the signal goes down if you completely cover each antenna of the phone… It’s common effing sense! If you hold it like normal, there shouldn’t be any issues what-so-ever.

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