Ashford, Warwick
July 2010
Computer Weekly;7/27/2010, p16
Trade Publication
The article reports that the share price of Apple Inc. have held despite of the alleged antenna design problem in the iPhone 4 while analysts say that demand is still high. Steve Jobs, chief executive officer (CEO) of Apple, mentions that the company will give free cases to prevent the two antennae from being bridged by users' hands. However, Jobs drew the ire of competitors including Samsung and Research in Motion (RIM) after stating that they have similar problems.


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