Mobile phone users who have invested in the new Apple iPhone 4 – possibly with the funds gained from selling an old handset – have been reassured the device will work as promised.

Some people who have purchased the revolutionary device have noted an unpredictable loss of signal.

It is said to occur when a hand is placed over the black strip in one corner of the handset, often leading the phone to lose two bars of signal.

But Apple says such a drop in signal level is not really the case, as a fault means the reading should not be as high in the first place.

So, when mobile phone users are seeing four or five bars, there may be as few as two in reality.

The iPhone 4 was released last Thursday (June 24th) in five countries – the US, Germany, UK, France and Japan – and will hit shelves around the rest of the world at various points in the coming months.

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