Apple is holding a news conference on 16 July to discuss the iPhone 4 as concerns about the device’s antenna continue to mount, the New York Times reported. Apple spokesman Steve Dowling did not give details of who would speak at the event, which will be held at 10 am at the company’s headquarters in Cupertino, California. Problems with the phone’s antenna surfaced after it went on sale. Apple sought to address those concerns nearly two weeks ago, saying that a software bug caused the iPhone 4 and its predecessors to display signal strength incorrectly. Consumer Reports called into question Apple’s response to the antenna problems. The magazine said that it had tested the iPhone 4 along with other devices and determined that the iPhone 4 suffered from a hardware design flaw. Consumer Reports said that it could not recommend the device to its readers until Apple fixed the problem. Consumer Reports also said that despite the flaw, the iPhone 4 was the best smartphone it had tested.