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July 6, 2010 by

iPhone 4 proximity sensor glitch surfaces

Some early adopters of the Apple iPhone 4 are reporting proximity sensor issues that have led to unintended button presses as the screen switches on-and-off mid-call.The glitch, according to a post on Apple's own support forum, revolves around an overly sensitive (or miscalibrated) proximity sensor that incorrectly identifies when the handset is being held to a users' face.

October 2, 2002

Apple confirms eMac display glitch

Apple says a small number of the all-in-one desktops have been making a popping noise at start-up and the screen stays dark.

December 9, 2001 by

Apple: iPod hit by glitch

Apple Computer on Friday confirmed a glitch with its iPod digital music player that can lead some machines to remain in sleep mode when their batteries get low. The Mac maker said it has identified the issue and posted a fix to its Web site.

February 18, 2001 by

Apple tackles PB G4 DVD glitch

Authorized Apple repair dealers have confirmed problem with the eject mechanism in the DVD drives of Apple Computer Inc.'s new PowerBook G4 laptops is a misalignment issue, but it isn't one local dealers can fix on site.


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