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Should Apple Recall the iPhone 4?

CNBC.com
Thursday, 15 Jul 2010 | 9:55 AM ET

Apple tried to dismiss complaints about signal problems with the iPhone 4 but a growing chorus of criticism has forced it to call a press conference on Friday to discuss the phone.

Apparently, when held a certain way, the phone drops calls.

The phone has been widely popular since it debuted in late June but Apple has been sued by several customers over the glitch and Consumer Reports went so far as to say it can’t endorse the product.

Apple isn’t discussing what it will say at the press conference on Fridaybut the Internet is all abuzz with speculation that the company may have to recall the phone.

What do you think: Should Apple recall the iPhone 4?

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