Atomic Confirmed to Release Lightweight, Stylish Case for iPhone 4 with Antenna Death Grip Issue Solved

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Atomic Industries has released its billet aircraft aluminum case for the new iPhone4. With pre-orders in the thousands, Atomic’s aluminum case also addresses the antenna signal issue of the iPhone4.

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Atomic Industries has released its billet aircraft aluminum case for the new iPhone4. With pre-orders in the thousands, Atomic’s aluminum case also addresses the antenna signal issue of the iPhone4.

The new lightweight, attractive case is unique in the industry and will be released in several electroplated colors. Atomic’s multicolored aluminum modular case is the answer iPhone4 consumers are waiting for. The Atomic iPhone4 case is lighter than those of its competitors, engineered better, available in many colors, will be delivered quickly and offers a slick style to retain the beauty of the iPhone4.

There has been a lot of media surrounding iPhone4 cellular reception. Even before it was officially announced, the reason for the stainless steel band running along the outside of the phone seemed enigmatic; many called it un-Apple and decidedly atypical of seamless Apple design which eschews hard edges. The black strips were written off as aesthetic curiosities, possibly even markings which denoted an imposter.

Then it was discovered the iPhone4's antenna is the stainless steel band that runs around the edge of the phone. The iPhone4's external antenna promises improved reception over the internal antenna in the iPhone 3GS. Of course, the caveat is that as with all external antennas, the potential for both unintended attenuation and detuning is much, much greater. It’s known now rather definitively that this isn't the case. Of course, the result is that anything conductive which bridges the gap in the bottom left couples the antennas together, detuning the precisely engineered antennas. It's a problem of impedance matching with the body as an antenna, and the additional antenna that becomes part of the equation when the bottom left is touched.

Apple's answer to the antenna problem is suggesting to hold the iPhone4 various other positions and to offer a rubber/plastic free case to all that own one, though it will reduce the aesthetics of the iPhone4 and hinder its sleek style.

Atomic Industries’ aircraft grade aluminum forged, precision engineered iPhone4 case has now been released. The case was designed to prevent the death grip closed circuit problem of the iPhone4. The Atomic case will be released in over 12 colors and will actually improve the style of the phone yet only adding 22 grams in weight.

The price of such a modular aluminum case does not come cheap. Each case is engineered, cnc machined, milled, and anodized. Expect to pay about $60 to $70 for one of these cases. Add another $15 to $20 for optional carbon fiber or billet back case plate.

Those thinking of purchasing a rubber, silicone or plastic case may want hold off until the release of the Atomic iPhone4 case. Styling composites are reminiscent of exotic and muscle cars, including aluminum and carbon fiber. The case is engineered where the stainless frame is suspended or cradled in a cushion of air where it is not affected by the death grip contact on the case.

Atomic Industries can be contacted by its website at http://www.atomiciphonecase.com or sales(at)atomiciphonecase(dot)com

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