There is one reason why some people don't tend to buy a product right on the release and that is because of the fact it might contain flaws. That is no different for the iPhone 4, we had spoken of the fact the new technology with the antenna's on the outside, Apple would re-invent the way phones would work. But that deemed to be a failure as the antenna's on the outside cause reception issues when held to talk. Apple though claims that this might not be a hardware issue but more of a software issue... We thought that due to this issue we could be seeing a recall. The lower left of the case when held is what causes the reception issues but that is the way most people hold their phones.

Apple is currently selling their bumper which covers the antennas and protects the glass of the iPhone 4 but that itself is $29 and is ridiculous. Well customers complain against that fact because to be honest not everyone wants a bumper to be on their iPhone's. All I can tell you is this update will be rushed because Apple want's to get rid of this problem as soon as possible. We might see this update for iPhone 4 users next week.

The software update is said to help the iPhone baseband calibration problem, currently the phone supports  850MHz and 2100MHz. 

Stay tuned for news on the iPhone 4 in the future. 

NEW YORK - JUNE 24: One of the first customers in line at the flagship Apple Store on Fifth Avenue displays his new iPhone 4, which went on sale this morning on June 24, 2010 in New York City. People waited outside of stores overnight to be first in line when doors opened at 7 a.m. in New York and at 8 a.m. local time in Germany, Japan, France and the United Kingdom. The iPhone 4 will cost $199 for a 16-gigabyte version and $299 for a version with 32 gigabytes of storage. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)