http://blogs.houstonpress.com/hairballs/2010/06/apple_iphone_4_scam.php Is the iPhone 4 a scam? Did Apple knowingly make an imperfect device, one which is practically designed to drop calls, and then expect owners to cough up extra cash to buy the fix? The answers to these questions are a resounding yes, if you ask Houston attorney Danny Sheena, who recently filed a national class-action lawsuit against Apple in Galveston federal court. On behalf of all iPhone 4 owners, Sheena claims that Apple knew its phone antennae design was flawed, causing calls to drop, but proceeded to market anyhow without warning customers or providing a remedy other than buying more Apple gear. Here is the apparent problem: two antennae on the iPhone 4 wrap around the outside of the device and connect along the side of the phone. When a user holds the phone, however, his fingers cover the antenna connection, causing the call to be dropped. Sheena says that by the end of the first day of sales on June 24, reports of the antenna problems were all over the Internet.