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Apple holds emergency iPhone 4 press conference

15 Jul 2010

Apple has said that it will hold a special press conference this Friday in California for select members of the press.

The company would only say that the press conference would be about the iPhone 4, offering no further details.

It’s no secret that the iPhone 4 has come under fire from all corners recently regarding its poor signal reception.

Influential publication Consumer Reports said this week that it won’t recommend buying an iPhone 4 due to signal-loss.

Even Microsoft took a pop at Apple today over the problems at its Worldwide Partner Conference.

The internet is now alight with discussion on whether or not Apple should recall iPhone 4.

What do you say?

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