No, I said they stayed on WiFi because they didn't dare go onto the AT&T connection. <3 the iPhone and AT&T more, go get an iPhone 4 and join a jail breaking forum when the iPhone4 gets it. And last I checked, AT&T does NOT have a 4G network, it's the iPhone4, not 4G. thanks.
correct information? It was never called the 4g, Apple, the company making the phone never called it the 4g, "4g" was just speculation and rumor, sorry for not falling for rumors and therefore coming to a 'debate' with wrong interpretation (as in I don't care fore rumors). And I made fun of AT&T because they have horrid service. Verizon has been proven time and time again to have better service, I knew they had WiFi at the conference, but had they used Verizon, the page would have loaded just fine.
and to the guy above me..you're pretty dense. lol if you actually took the time to read the posts you'd see that i'm on the android wagon the whole way. it's a much better OS than iphone's.
And I understand they were on WiFi, but why did Jobs not consider turning WiFi off and using the cell signal?
I'd guess because the phone wasn't active, but even if it was, which it may have been, I wasn't there so I wouldn't know, but the signal would have been slower than the pathetic attempt at WiFi they put up.