Consumer Reports kicked the tires on Apple's (AAPL) iPhone 4 cases Wednesday, in an effort to ascertain their effectiveness in fixing the reception woes that have plagued Apple's latest souped-up smartphone. And the verdict? It works.
But despite its findings, Consumer Reports says that unless Apple is willing to make its fix "free," as in "throw in the cases" (a case keeps the user from inadvertently touching the "antenna gap" on the phone's lower left side and causing serious signal degradation, even dropped calls), the consumer products ratings provider still stands by its decision earlier this week to forgo recommending Apple's iPhone 4.
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