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Apple Says Good-Bye to Top iPhone Exec

By Don Reisinger  |  Posted 08-16-2010 Print

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Mark Papermaster, Apple's top iPhone executive, left the company for undisclosed reasons. Numerous reports suggested Papermaster didn't match Apple CEO Steve Jobs' corporate culture, and the antenna problems plaguing the iPhone 4 contributed to his departure.



 

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