Which iPhone had the antenna problem?
This week marked the 10th anniversary of “Antennagate,” one of the biggest scandals in Apple history. The scandal began when Apple’s iPhone 4 went on sale on June 24, 2010. Customers who bought the phone quickly realized its bars disappeared or calls were dropped altogether when held in the left hand.
Can iPhone 4 Be Updated?
No More iOS Updates With the launch of iOS 8 in 2014, the iPhone 4 no longer supported the iOS latest updates. Most of the apps out there today are tailored to iOS 8 and above, which means that this model will start experiencing some hiccups and crashes while using more intensive applications.
Why is iPhone 4S Wi-Fi not working?
Make sure Airplane Mode is off If you are getting the Apple iPhone 4S won’t connect to Wi-Fi issue then you should make sure that airplane mode is off or you can try toggling this switch if it is already in the off position.
Why is my Wi-Fi not working on my iPhone?
Still can’t connect? Reset your Network Settings. Tap Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings. This also resets Wi-Fi networks and passwords, cellular settings, and VPN and APN settings that you’ve used before.
Will the iPhone 4 still work in 2021?
Q: Is It Possible To Use iPhone 4 In 2021? Yes, you can turn the iPhone 4 on and connect it to the internet. You can still run some applications on it too, but most modern, popular apps will no longer function on the phone. Without the latest software, Apple’s iPhone 4 is also at risk from hackers.
Where is iPhone antenna located?
The antenna on all smartphones is kept internally, usually at the top. Which is why a bluetooth signal, wifi signal and telecom signal seem to ‘improve’ when you turn your phone so that the bottom edge of it is horizontal to the ground.
Can iPhone 4 be updated to iOS 10?
Like the older iPhones, such as the iPhone 4 or 3S, you can still use it with the latest iOS version it supports. But if you want the new features of iOS 10, you will need to get an iPhone 5 or newer. For more on the new iOS as well as other developments from Apple, check out today’s WWDC news.