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In an effort to regain some faith with the iPhone 4 antenna issue Apple is now targeting competitor devices to show the effect of dreaded death-grip and has started with the Nokia N97.
Check out the video after the jump to see the Nokia N97 mini signal choke and drop from 7 bars, to a pitiful 2 when held in the death-grip.
Apple is using the example to demonstrate that every smart phone has a cellular antenna and nearly all smart phone can lose signal strength if you hold them in a certain way. Apple go on to say that signal loss typically occurs when your hand attenuates the most sensitive part of the antenna.
You can view Apple’s full report on the Apple website here.
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