VIDEO: iPhone 4G trouble brings lag to World Wide Developers Conference
CNET put together footage of Steve Jobs’ Wi-Fi debacle yesterday at Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference. Particularly riveting at mark 1:19: When trouble with the Wi-Fi network makes it impossible for Jobs to load the iPhone 4G’s Safari browser, he asks if there are any suggestions. Someone in the audience shouts out, “Verizon!”, which, of course, meets with an immediate “you just got dissed” reaction from the crowd. Jobs responds to the technical snags by telling everyone to turn off their Wi-Fi:
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