10564 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Jul 6, 2010 6:30 AM by francoisswa
It sounds like you have a defective unit. It happens. Have Apple replace it.
If the drive is too long, call tech support and they will do it quickly by shipping you a new phone in a package which you can use to return the one you have (at least they did that with one laptop I had).
Message was edited by: w7ox
i do not own an iphone 4 BUT what i have read on a simliar issues like yours it's possible that after a few days of usage the screen distortion/discolouration might clear up, due to a bonding agent being used that needs to cure (dry/evaporate)
i'd give it another day or so and if it does not clear way, return your phone
hopefully your phone is ok as far as the proximity sensor and reception issues are concerned!
good luck- francois