Yes, we're only six days into 2011, but Apple's already been at the center of a big leak with pics and videos of an unknown iPhone model surfacing online. Here we offer a Zapruder film-worthy analysis of the images.
The handset maker defends signal drop-out problems with its HD7 phone, notes that the effect is "inevitable." Conveniently it seems to have forgotten it said the opposite when calling out Apple over the iPhone "antennagate" affair.
Steve Jobs closed Apple's iPhone 4 antennagate affair with a press presentation last Friday, and though portions of the media are still fretting over the matter, one group of important stakeholders are convinced it's over: analysts.
During his spiel to explain why Apple's iPhone 4 doesn't have an antenna flaw in real-world experience, Steve Jobs used some plain science. And he showed off Apple's radio test facilities too, which cost $100 million. Apple's serious about testing.