Apple: As iPhone Sales Grow, So Do 3G Reception Issues

As sales of Apple 3G iPhones continue to grow, there are also increasing reports of trouble with 3G reception on the devices.

Certainly, demand is robust. Lehman’s Ben Reitzes today writes in a research note that “checks indicate” Apple (AAPL) iPhone demand in the fiscal fourth quarter ending September could top his current estimate of 3.8 million units. And he adds that this “bodes well for cash flow,” and for “an enhanced halo effect for Macs.”

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