It's not just 'some other time', but the important moment. Hamilton said he went and apologised at the start of the weekend in person. Jenson's reaction to Lewis then, whatever it may have been, is the important one, and not what he said at the press conference in which it appears he wanted to move on to talk about the racing*.
Your judgement is based on an uninformed opinion, which you're free to do, but it is quite wrong to say that he did or did not accept the apology because there really is 'no evidence for it' either way.
*The fuller version is "For me it’s amazing we are sat here talking about it at a grand prix. Lewis came and apologised which was good."
No mate, what's important for our opinions is what we know. If we find out more I'll update my opinion accordingly. Meanwhile Jenson's known words say he felt Lewis owed him an apology and the apology was positive. Partial acceptance. Then he says it's SUCH a big deal he's amazed they're actually sitting together
This is a long way from something gracious in which he fully accepted the apology for something trivial that was a just careless mistake and not in fact disrespectful.
On the excuse thing, I don't especially dislike Jense, he's about mid-grid for me on the likes stakes, but this is an example of his weaker side and why I've never really taken to him.
Not that it's a big deal but, you know, people keep arguing about it.