SACRAMENTO, Calif. (
may be the tech giant's
but the device's reception issues have prompted law firm
Kershaw, Cutter & Ratinoff (KCR)
to solicit impacted users.
Specialists in class action lawsuits, KCR is appealing to disgruntled iPhone 4 customers to come forward and contact one of their representatives. A note on the company's Web site
"KCR is currently investigating potential problems with the release of iPhone 4," explained the statement. "If you recently purchased the new iPhone and have experienced poor reception quality, dropped calls and weak signals, we would like to hear from you."
Describing themselves as "injury attorneys," KCR is no stranger to the tech sector. Last year the law firm
alleging that users of popular games such as
have been hit with unauthorized charges.
Apple announced on Monday that it sold more than 1.7 million new iPhones within just three days, although reports of problems with the device's antenna continue to swirl around the phone. Many
Apple fans have dismissed the problem
although Apple, in a widely-reported statement, advised
Apple has not yet responded to
request for comment on this article.
-- Reported by James Rogers in New York
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