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iPhone 4 Antenna Decal to End All Calls

Want to make use of iPhone 4‘s faulty antenna? You can try this suggestion from designer Aaron Draczynski. Simply put a decal button, written with the words “End Call” on it, over the gap at the lower left side of the phone. If your wife is calling and you don’t want to be bothered, press the “End Call” button and pretend you are losing the signal.

It is pretty amusing, really, although we know by now that covering the gap may actually help alleviate the signal reception problems.  By the way, the decal is just a spoof product.  It is not (yet) available.

And yes, the Antennagate issue is getting way too much coverage, but can you blame the media?

Source: OS X Daily

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