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Bookmaker Paddy Power is offering odds of 4:5 that Apple will recall the iPhone 4.

The odds are based on the chance of "Apple's iPhone 4 being totally recalled" and that the recall "must be confirmed by Apple to be due to hardware issue relating to antennae". It also has to take place this year.

Not convinced Apple's going to do it? Then the bookmaker is also offering odds of 10:11 that the iPhone 4 won't be recalled.

On those odds, a £10 stake will net you £18 if there's a recall - or £19.09 if you think that Apple will muddle through without one.

Faites vos jeux, here. ®

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