Apple has been sued over its antenna problems with the new iPhone 4, InformationWeek reports.
According to the article, "A pair of Maryland residents filed a lawsuit against Apple on Wednesday, claiming the iPhone 4’s wonky antenna has caused them ’emotional distress,’ as well as annoyance and aggravation. ‘Plaintiffs were sold defective iPhone 4 units, which drop calls and data services when held in a manner consistent with normal wireless phone use,’ plaintiffs Kevin McCaffrey and Linda Wrinn said in court papers filed in U.S. District Court for Maryland."
AT&T, the exclusive wireless carrier of the iPhone, was also named in the suit, the article says, adding, "Apple isn’t new to consumer lawsuits—especially when it comes to the iPhone. The company, along with AT&T, have been sued numerous times by attorneys representing consumers fed up with spotty reception and download speeds that are not, they claim, as fast as advertised."