The iPhone 4′s proximity sensor is nothing but trouble. You told us, we listened, and Apple has promised that a software fix is in the works. Unfortunately, it’s not ready yet. The Sydney Morning Herald contacted an Apple spokesperson about the issue, who “acknowledged the company had yet to fix the problem.”
The proximity sensor problems are a major issue, and one that we’ve heard a huge amount about from our readers (that, and bluetooth fuzziness). With Apple’s big event just a couple of days away, it would be a perfect opportunity for Steve Jobs to announce iOS 4.1, fix the proximity bug, fix the Bluetooth bug, and make it so iOS 4 is usable on the iPhone 3G.
[via 9 to 5 Mac]