Apple will be holding a Press Conference about the iPhone 4 presumably to address concerns about the Antenna "Death Grip" issues, plaguing them since the iPhone 4 launched. It is not clear at this time whether Steve Jobs himself will be talking at the conference or not.
Apple has been dodging the iPhone 4 reception issues by asking users to hold the iPhone 4 differently and also addressing the public through an open letter about the reception issues. However, a recent Consumer Reports article which asked users to avoid the iPhone 4 has not yet gotten any response from Apple.
Many users thought that a software update may resolve the issues, however, iOS 4.1 which was made available earlier does not solve reception issues with the iPhone 4. It will be interesting to see what Apple and Steve Jobs have to say at the conference.
Apple usually does not allow live streaming of the conference, but there are several other ways in which you can stay on top of the Apple iPhone 4 press conference on Friday, July 16, 2010 to be held in California.
Lucky folks from Engadget get to attend the conference live, which you can follow at Engadget Live. Mac Rumors may also cover the press conference live and you can view the updates at http://www.macrumorslive.com/. In addition to that our favorite site GDGT may also cover the event which you can view updates for at http://live.gdgt.com/
More options to get updates on the Apple iPhone 4 press conference will be added once they become available, we will also try to add some video streams if they are available later on.