Is "GSM [speaker] buzz" a thing of the past? I have an iPhone 4.
I want to buy these speakers: http://www.geardiary.com/2009/02/21/review-audioengine-2-a2-premium-powered-desktop-speakers/
However, the review says: [Con:] "No gsm shielding makes them largely unusable with an iPhone unless it is in Airplane mode"
I just learned this is my researches, but apparently "GSM" is 2G, and I believe the technology in iPhones 3G and 4 is somehow different.
I also saw somewhere someone say "I just got a 3G and the buzz sound is gone."
This leads me to believe my iPhone 4 won't create this problem with these speakers--that and the fact that most if not all of the threads on various forums (and questions on AskMe) about iPhones and speaker buzz seem to be from 2008, and they specifically call it "GSM" buzz.
However, the review in question is from February 21, 2009, well after the 3G came out.
What's going on here? Should I buy these speakers? Their use with my iPhone 4 would be a primary one.