Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 2nd Jul 2010 09:07 UTC
Apple While it wasn't a very important link in the story about the iPhone 4's antenna issue, we did link to an article over at Boy Genius Report which supposedly contained emails coming from Steve Jobs. Apple has told Fortune and Engadget that these emails are, in fact, not from Steve Jobs. Apple claims they're fake. Also, on a funnier note, I'm assuming all of you have already seen last night's brand new Futurama episode in which they make some serious fun of Apple, Google, the iPhone, and its fans?
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Fettarme H-Milch
Member since:
2010-02-16

Anybody who actually believes that any so-called e-mail by Steve Jobs is valid, needs to get his/her head examined.
People post false news all the time on the web.

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Thom_Holwerda Member since:
2005-06-29

Anybody who actually believes that any so-called e-mail by Steve Jobs is valid, needs to get his/her head examined.


Yes. They are all fake. That's why only this specific exchange is being denied by Apple, after more than a year of various emails being posted online, without so much as a peep from Cupertino.

Makes total sense. The truth is out there!

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righard Member since:
2007-12-26

The truth is out there!

That's what they want you to think.

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frood Member since:
2005-07-06

Yes. They are all fake. That's why only this specific exchange is being denied by Apple, after more than a year of various emails being posted online.....


.... and discussed by Steve Jobs in person at the D conference (http://d8.allthingsd.com/20100607/steve-jobs-at-d8-the-full-uncut-i...)

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Tuishimi Member since:
2005-07-06

Wait, didn't I hear you on Coast to Coast last night?

:)

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Fettarme H-Milch Member since:
2010-02-16

That's why only this specific exchange is being denied by Apple, after more than a year of various emails being posted online, without so much as a peep from Cupertino.

Makes total sense. The truth is out there!

Yeah, because everytime a company chooses "No comment" it's a confirmation..... *shakes head*
Grow up, buddy.

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