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iPhone 4: WWDC 2010 WiFi Demo Error Message and Verizon Heckle

Usually when Apple demo their new devices things go extremely smoothly, however today when Apple revealed the iPhone 4 things didn’t quite go to plan when showing the handset’s Internet capabilities.

During the demo Steve Jobs tried to load the NYTimes website, however it was very slow to load, in the end the handset displayed a network-related error message. They then brought out a back up handset, however still failed to load the site.

Steve Jobs jokingly moaned at the attendees for using the WiFi connection, which probably caused the WiFi access points to grind to a halt, one brave attendee shouted out a sarcastic Verizon-related comment.

To be honest you can’t really blame the iPhone 4 for this error message, nor can you blame AT&T as the problem looks to be the fault of the wireless network, not the iPhone 4’s WiFi connectivity, I hope.

Source: SlashGear

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