Did Apple, Jobs turn the page on ‘Antennagate’? (Ben Patterson)

Apple CEO Steve Jobs appears on stage during a news conference at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California, July 16, 2010. Apple Inc will give iPhone 4 users a free phone case to address a slew of complaints about reception problems that have hurt the company's image and shares.    REUTERS/Kimberly White (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCI TECH BUSINESS)Ben Patterson – Somehow, I had a feeling that Steve Jobs would come out swinging during Friday’s iPhone press briefing, and swing he did — at the media, which he accused of blowing the iPhone 4’s “death grip” problem (or “Antennagate,” as he called it) all “out of proportion.” For customers, though, Jobs said he was “deeply sorry” for any trouble, emphasized that “we love our users,” and conceded that phones — including the iPhone — “aren’t perfect.”

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