Now that the white iPhone 4 is finally on the streets, it can start to fade from legend into Apple history -- but not until the requisite teardown reveals any final secrets the ivory handset may hold deep inside.
Say, remember a while back when Steve Jobs mentioned that in addition to sorting out iPhone 4's death grip reception woes, they would also be seeing to the issue of the handset's proximity sensor causing calls to randomly end or mute? Yeah, that's still not fixed.
iPhone 4 users, there may be a solution for your proximity sensor issues. The iOS 4.1 Beta 2 is rumored to be the big update that Steve Jobs promised us at the Apple iPhone 4 press conference weeks ago. But of course, this not based on any concrete evidence, just sheer speculation.
Well at least the general consensus seems to be that when it comes to the hardware on the iPhone 4, Apple at least got the Retina Display right. On the flip side though, along with the antenna band troubles, apparently some users are experiencing buggy proximity sensors.