It's questionable whether Apple is silently recalling iPhones, yet iFixit is adamant to find out. Apple PR won't confirm or deny the issue, so they'd like readers to confirm their problems via decoding the serial number and testing the impedance of the metal frame. They'd like to narrow down a particular manufacturing week in which the new changes took place -- you can find all the information necessary to take on the task at the source link below.
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