Hell hath no fury like Steve Jobs really, really pissed off at you.
From a post earlier today, we’ve learned that not only has Gizmodo not been granted press credentials for Monday’s Apple Worldwide Developer’s Conference (and rumored iPhone 4 announcement), Apple never even responded to their request. Ouch.
(More on Techland: The Story And Aftermath Of The Lost iPhone)
If you remember, a wayward fourth generation iPhone made its way to Gawker’s tech blog via a pay off and questionable ethics. Later, police raided the home of Gizmodo editor Jason Chen and took most of his electronics equipment as evidence that “tends to show that a felony has been committed or that a particular person has committed a felony.” Now, they’ve thrown in one last shot by blacking out one of the most popular tech blogs from one of the biggest events of the year.
(More on Techland: Did We Just Get Another Glimpse of the iPhone 4?)
So we’re asking you: Is it right that Apple block Gizmodo out of their big iPhone 4 unveil? And how long will their Apple exile last?