Gartenberg Says IPhone 5 Won't Look Like IPhone 4: Video
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Gartenberg Says IPhone 5 Won't Look Like IPhone 4: Video

July 16 (Bloomberg) -- Michael Gartenberg, partner at research firm Altimeter Group LLC, discusses a design flaw in the antenna of Apple Inc.'s iPhone 4. Apple Chief Executive Officer Steve Jobs apologized to users affected by the so-called Antennagate, saying Apple is "working our butts off" to correct it. He offered customers a case to fix the flaw. He speaks with Pimm Fox on Bloomberg Television's "Taking Stock." (Source: Bloomberg) (Bloomberg)

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