All early adopters that flocked for the iPhone 4 as if it were a screening of the upcoming Twilight movie have been sort of duped by the problems it’s causing if one ever decides to hold it with their left hand. I don’t have to be the one to tell you, but Steve Jobs response to that was “use your right hand”. Fair enough you say?
Apparently, the users and Steve were wrong, it has nothing to do with using your left hand; in fact it is all in everybody’s head. The phone works fine, the actual flaw however, which has now been admitted by Apple, is that the signal strength bars are incorrect.
That is right, when using your left hand and the bars drop, your mind power alters the call to drop as well. Apple will solve this issue with providing a software update to the phone so that the bars are taller “in order to avoid this from continuing” hopefully allowing the public to indirectly notice that all this time they have just been putting too much thought into the whole fiasco.
I’m glad that’s over. I guess it’s better than a software update that allowed lefties to simply disregard using their favorite hand when using the iPhone 4.