Steve Jobs In Denial Over iPhone 4 Death Grip

Source: Business Insider

Steve Jobs is in complete denial over iPhone 4 issue and even declares that the Antenna issue is just a rumor. Tom, by BGR, wrote to YouTube displaying the iPhone 4 issue and Apple reached out to him and stating its just “rumor hysteria”. Furious about how ignorant Apple is, Tom went about his way to email and speak with Steve Jobs.

Here is what Tom and Jobs wrote back and forth to each other about the issue.

Tom emailed Jobs to say the phone was busted. Jobs wrote back, “No, you are getting all worked up over a few days of rumors.  Calm down.”

Again, Jobs is telling the person witnessing the phenomenon on his own phone that it’s just “rumors.” Tom wrote back and said, “I am really insulted… ‘Calm down’…. ‘rumors’… What arrogance. This is will be marked as the beginning of the end of Apple. Seriously, DO THE RIGHT THING.”

Jobs response: “You are most likely in an area with very low signal strength.”

Tom wrote back to say Jobs was nuts. AT&T blows and there’s bad signals everywhere.

Jobs response: “You may be working from bad data. Not your fault. Stay tuned. We are working on it.” He followed that up with, “Retire, relax, enjoy your family. It is just a phone. Not worth it.”

At this point it looks like Apple and Jobs is heading down the wrong path and seems as if the iPhone legacy will die down within AT&T, and a great possibility for the Android market to grow within smart phones and possibly the iPhone to start a new with Verizon. Jobs is a real fool to state “It is just a phone. Not worth it,” “It is just a phone. Not worth it.”

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