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Shares of Apple Inc. took a hit Tuesday amid investor concerns over antenna reception problems with the latest iPhone and a related decision by Consumer Reports magazine not to recommend the device.
A decision by Consumer Reports against endorsing the latest iPhone because of reception problems threatens to tarnish Apple Inc.'s reputation, yet fans who have braved poor reception for years are likely to keep buying the product.
Consumer Reports said Monday it will not recommend Apple Inc.'s newest iPhone because of reception problems caused by its antenna design.
AT&T announced Wednesday that a software glitch in its network is slowing things down for the iPhone 4.
Thousands lined up outside stores around the world to snag the new phone amid concerns of supply shortages.
Apple Inc.'s newest iPhone was selling briskly Thursday as thousands lined up outside stores around the world to become among the first to own the device amid concerns of supply shortages.
The newest Apple Inc. product, the iPhone 4, made its debut in stores around the world Thursday morning.
The Federal Communications Commission is scheduled to vote Thursday to begin taking public comments on three different paths for regulating broadband.
Apple and AT&T are facing two major problems taking orders for the newest iPhone model just a week before it hits stores. Buyers reported problems registering their orders, and an apparent glitch in AT&T's website was steering some customers into strangers' accounts.