The iPhone 4′s Antennagate issue is pretty well known by now, and Apple is definitely looking on how to avoid such issues in the future. The fruity company has recently patented a design that hides the antenna behind its iconic Apple logo, allowing it to receive a stronger signal without having to touch other conductive components. It’s a useful idea, and one that was recently used in the iPad, hiding the antenna behind the tablet’s Apple logo. At this point, it’s nice to see that Apple is considering such a design for its other devices.
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