Apple iPhone customers foreign and domestic alike are complaining that their new 3G iPhone keeps dropping calls when they are on the 3G high-speed network. The phone was originally made to perform on the 3G network.
Certain analysts state that it is the Infineon Technologies chipset in the phone that is the problem and not the network. They state "This is not surprising as the Infineon 3G chipset solution has never really been tested in the hands of users"
An AT&T spokesman claims: "This device is working great on our 3G network. We are thrilled with the customer interest in it," despite receiving complaints in the US. AT&T isn't having trouble with other 3G devices, which just leaves the iPhone.