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Apple Attracts Some Ambulance Chasers

July 1, 2010 9:34:09.000

Tort lawyers doing what they do best: subtracting value:

The lawsuit was filed by Ward & Ward, PLLC and Charles A. Gilman, LLC. on behalf of Kevin McCaffrey, Linda Wrinn and a number of other iPhone 4 users. It is not the same iPhone 4 class action lawsuit currently said to be in the works by the California law firm that sued Facebook and Zynga.

I can't say I've run across this problem myself. It's been reported too widely to not be real, but it doesn't seem all that serious to me.

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posted by James Robertson


Re: Apple Attracts Some Ambulance Chasers

[Rob Fahrni] July 1, 2010 10:40:14.606

It kills me. These guys must sit around all day looking for a stupid reason to sue someone. I can see their beady little eyes narrow as the wring their hands and drool.

"Apple, my precious. Apple has money, yes, yes!"

Re: Apple Attracts Some Ambulance Chasers

[anonymous] July 1, 2010 10:52:37.466

If you haven't read it, the anandtech-article on the matter was quite revealing.

Basically, signal strength drops ~20dB when gripping like that.

strong signal is -50dB.

he bars display four bars at -90dB, and 1 bar at -107dB ...

o, if you have a strong signal to begin with, you can't really see the difference.

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