Didn't know where to put this, but it's pretty funny to me.

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  1. Xerofire22

    Xerofire22 New Member

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    My Grandmother just got a new iPhone 4 and when she talks with the phone in het left hand she can't get service but mine is just fine!

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    Xerofire22 New Member

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    Her*

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    hookbill Premium Member
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    Moved off topic….
     
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    She must have huge hands I have average to large hands and always use my iphone in my left hand and never have had a problem. Granted my droid x has a little better reception (1 bar typically) so I use it most of the time. I just use my iPhone for work.
     
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    Not really, but she could just be holdin' it different

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    You cannot go by the signal bars. My DROIDX signal bars are typically way off. That's why I use a signal widget on my homescreen so I know my actual signal

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