There are persistent rumours that Apple is all set to release an improved version of its iPhone 4 that should solve some nagging issues; some went even as far as saying that it might be the iPhone 5 which is very unlikely to be the case as we debated here.
According to a Mexican technology website, Canal MX, Apple will soon launch a revised iPhone 4 hardware set, free of the antenna snag that plagued the latest version of iPhone.
Steve Jobs, chief executive officer of Apple, has assured a patch to address the “antennagate” issue in the shipment September 30 onwards, stated Marco Quatorze, director of Value Added Services at Telcel, a Mexico-based mobile network provider, while announcing the launch of iPhone 4 in the country.
Although the report has not received confirmation from Apple but it is in line with Job’s statement that customers who buy the iPhone 4 before September 30 will be provided with free bumper case.
The news, published on August 27 was first uncovered by Mac Rumours on Tuesday.