Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone 4 today during his keynote address for Apple's WWDC 2010.
Unfortunately, things didn't go too smoothly. Some wi-fi issues inside the Moscone Center on Monday made Jobs halt a demo when trying to load the New York Times website. Steve Jobs jokingly asked audience members to stop using the wi-fi. "You know, you could help me out if you're on Wi-Fi, if you could just get off, I'd appreciate it," he said to rounds of laughter.
According to many who were present at the keynote, Apple employees asked audience members to stop liveblogging the event and turn off their base stations and put their notebooks down. Engadget and Gdgt livebloggers both refused and continued to live blog the event. You can see the awkward video below.