iPhone 4 FAILED at Demo! [Remember? Steve Jobs was Holding it Wrong!]



We should have seen this sooner as I just remembered that Steve Jobs himself FAILED at his own demo during iPhone 4 launch.

As you can see in the video, Steve Jobs is holding the iPhone 4 in the “palm” of his hands (1:29) during the demo. ┬áThat could explains why he’s demo failed.

If you also look carefully, the iPhone 3Gs actually loads website slowly while the iPhone 4 drops signal completely, consistent with recent iPhone 4 reception problems.

It’s ironic now that he would tell customers to hold it the “right way” when in fact, he held the iPhone 4 the “wrong way” at iPhone 4 launch.

5 Responses to iPhone 4 FAILED at Demo! [Remember? Steve Jobs was Holding it Wrong!]

  1. Unxpekted says:

    Dude im not sure im following you on this. At no point does the antenna fail. That was a wifi issue because too many people were using mifi etc. Huh? Explain Zedo.

  2. max says:

    Hmmm, that doesn’t make sense because the iPhone 3Gs in the video loads site fine while the iPhone 4 completely fails. That’s a bad excuse, I’ve been in CES where they have even more wifi/mifi laying around, there were wifi problems but it shouldn’t completely fail.

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  4. Unxpekted says:

    The site loading has nothing to do with the iPhone 4 dude. No offense but if you need an explanation for that I am kind of confused. 2 things happened. First overload of users caused the inability for him to use wifi. Secondly the failure of data was an AT&T issue of service nothign with the hardware. I thought you were talking about the antenna problem becausing some users are reporting 3GS problems with iOS4 (hence software problem dude).

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