Jim Goldman of CNBC had the opportunity to sit down with Steve Jobs after his keynote on Tuesday to discuss the new iPod Nano and touch, the success of the Mac, and issues with the iPhone during the interview. He also was given the opportunity to ask about Steve's health after the interview, which was off-camera but still on the record.
As you might remember, a bunch of users on the Apple Discussions forums have been complaining about strangely bad reception on their new iPhone 3Gs, causing one analyst to blame the Infineon chipset used in the device. Not long after, BusinessWeek claimed their sources said Apple was on it and would issue a software update. Now one user claims that he emailed Steve Jobs about the problem and got a response from His Steveness himself.
The Wall Street Journal got a chance to sit down with Steve Jobs at the Apple HQ in California recently, where they discussed the App Store's success so far and it's importance to the iPhone and iPod touch. They also touched on that kill switch found by Jonathan Zdziarski in the iPhone's code.