Jobs attempt to compare iPhone screens affected by clogged Wi-Fi network

Jobs attempt to compare iPhone screens affected by clogged Wi-Fi network
Not everything ran smoothly for Apple CEO Steve Jobs during today's introduction of the iPhone 4. Jobs wanted to show off the new, spectacular resolution of the iPhone 4 with a side-by-side comparison with the iPhone 3GS, using the New York Times web site as the model. As the browser struggled to load the page, Jobs joked, "You can help me out if you're on Wi-Fi and just get off," which invoked a giggle from the CEO himself, and a mighty roar from the audience. After he continued to struggle, he admitted, "I don't know what's wrong with our networks," before switching to back up phones. But when the back up phones also failed to work, Apple technicians looked to find the answer. "Well jeez, I don't like this," said Jobs. Check out the action on the video below.

Apple iPhone 4 Specifications

source: YouTube via Gizmodo


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