“Seidenberg was attending the annual media conference sponsored by the investment banking firm Allen & Co. in July 2006 when he saw Walt Disney Chief Executive Bob Iger. He was looking intently at what appeared to be an oddly shaped cellphone in his hand. Seidenberg asked him about it as Iger put away the device as discreetly as possible. “This is going to change the world,” Iger said cryptically.”
- The inside story of how Verizon didn’t launch the first iPhone
Nope. There´s no way, Jobs would have allowed that. It was not even possible from a technology standpoint. Just listen to Scott Forstall.