iPhone 3G issues blamed on Infineon chips

Summary:GigaOm posted plausible theory to explain the iPhone 3G connection problems many users have experienced. Reception problems were reported with the iPhone 3G on Monday.

iPhone 3G issues blamed on Infineon chips
GigaOm posted plausible theory to explain the iPhone 3G connection problems many users have experienced. Reception problems were reported with the iPhone 3G on Monday. Nomura analyst Richard Windsor published a research note yesterday that identified the Infineon iPhone 3G chipset as the probable culprit for the recent 3G issues. Apple has not acknowledged any problems.

Topics: Mobility, Hardware, iPhone, Networking, Wi-Fi

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