Given issues with the iPhone 4's antenna, an iPhone recall is "inevitable," said a PR expert earlier this week. One pundit estimated there was a 5 percent chance Apple recalled its new smartphone (at a cost of around $1.5 billion.)
But now, a "person familiar with the matter" has told the Wall Street Journal that Apple has no intentions to recall the iPhone 4.
What will happen instead? Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster estimates there is a 50 percent chance Apple offers an in-store fix; a 40 percent chance Apple provides buyers with free cases; and a 10 percent chance the company "does nothing," Fortune writes.
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