Saturday, April 25, 2015

Steve Jobs: Free case to fix iPhone 4 problem

In a bit of a mea culpa, Apple's Steve Jobs admits that some users have real problems because of a flaw in the iPhone 4's antenna system. The solution: a free case for current users and new purchasers, at least through September.

Steve Jobs: Free case to fix iPhone 4 problem

In a widely anticipated mea culpa, Apple's Steve Jobs admits that some users have real problems - though he insists it's a small one - because of a flaw in the iPhone 4's antenna system.  Jobs' solution: a free case for current users and new purchasers, at least through September.

So says TechCrunch, which was there and reported here.

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