2010: Steve Jobs Experiences Technical Difficulties Unveiling the iPhone 4

Apple CEO had to stop the presentation because the WiFi network was overloaded.
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Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the new iPhone today but not everything went exactly as planned to Neal Karlinsky was there. Three years after reinventing the cell phone with the first iPhone apple chief Steve Jobs did his best to brings the bar once again with what he calls. IPhone four. The little bit heavier and it's thinner but in addition to having a better camera up flash and an HD video camera the thing that. It really has everyone talking here is. The face to face. Phone calls. But even jobs himself isn't immune to the problems that plagued the rest of us well cheese I don't like this. Onstage she was forced to stop is demo because the Wi-Fi network was overloaded power had a whole problem here the new iPhone faces Google powered android phones which are gaining market share are already a a battle jobs is taking. Head on as he always does by innovating in ways no one else can match. So far. You'll Karlinsky ABC news San Francisco.

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