Secrecy surrounding the Apple iPhone

 I loved this vignette:
Apple chief Steve Jobs relishes a level of secrecy that the CIA would admire. Unlike other electronics companies that spread new gizmo prototypes around like candy, Apple guards its prototype iPhones like weapons-grade plutonium. An example: At this year's big cellular phone industry trade show, Apple had an employee personally fly an iPhone to Randal Stephenson, the chief operating officer of AT&T, which will provide wireless service to the iPhone. Stephenson got to show off the phone for a few minutes. But even he confessed that was the first time he ever held an iPhone -- and he runs the company. The anonymous Apple courier in blue jeans then whisked the phone back to California.
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