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iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max buyers are complaining that their new devices have bad WiFi and cell signal (AAPL)

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iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max buyers are complaining that their new devices have bad WiFi and cell signal (AAPL)· Owners of Apple's new iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, officially released on Friday, are reporting poor WiFi and cell signal strength.
· A report from a wireless technology blog seems to confirm that the new iPhones demonstrate less signal strength than last year's iPhones in lab testing.
· The issues might be growing pains...
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