Maybe because the jacket doesn't fit very well. Or maybe it's just because it's not what we're used to seeing. Steve Jobs with former AT&T Mobility CEO Stan Sigman, who helped bring the iPhone to AT&T, at the Wireless History Foundation's Inaugural Wireless Hall of Fame Dinner, October 5, 2010. [Coracle Group, Wireless History Foundation]
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