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Old 06-25-2010, 02:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Where is the antenna located in the Storm 1 ?? I am asking this because I read that the iPhone 4GS loses its signal when held in the lower left corner and Steve Jobs advised to hold it in a different way.
Is it the same for the Storm ?
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Hold the Storm any way you want and don't worry about it.
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Thanks ! I detected a little pride in your response, like saying: a BB is not an iPhone, it'll work no matter what. Was I wrong ?
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Not really.

I've read questions about antenna location along those same lines, long before this iphone fiasco.

Some think it could make a difference when you are in an area with very low signal. I've never noticed, and I've never come across anything that says it makes a difference. I don't think it's worth worrying about.
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