iPhone 4 with revised antenna launching after September 30th?

The Apple iPhone 4 case program is set to expire on September 30th. This was put in place to resolve the reception issues or commonly known now as “Antennagate”. After this date Apple is going to “reevaluate” the program and then come out with a next possible solution… but rumours today are pointing towards a Apple releasing a revised version of the iPhone 4.

The iPhone 4 was recently released in Mexico, Czech Republic, Greece, Poland, Portugal, and Slovakia. The rumour today comes from an executive over at Mexico’s Telcel. According to CanalMX they report that Marco Quatorze, Telcel’s Director of Value Added Services, said the first round of iPhone 4’s that will be available will be the same as the United States but when the free case program expires they will be seeing a revised hardware without the reception issues will be available. In addition, Quatorze apparently stated that early adopters of the current iPhone 4 would have an option to trade up.

What do you think? Will be see a new iPhone 4 with a better antenna soon?

Via: MacRumours