Speculations about Steve Jobs’ heath: Steve Wozniak says he is doing good, but really?

By Angsuman Chakraborty, Gaea News Network
Thursday, May 28, 2009

steve-jobs-iphoneWell all the tech enthusiasts have been concerned about two things mostly in recent times. Windows 7 and Steve Jobs’ health. Of course you remember that Mr. Jobs, one of the highest-profile CEOs in the tech sector, went on medical leave in January, saying in a letter to employees that his health issues “are more complex than I originally thought.”

Anyway, when asked by Venturebeat at the this week’s All Things D technology business conference. Apple’s co-founder Steve Wozniak ‘also claimed that he has never directly asked Jobs about his health.’

Okay we understand that Apple is desperate to get Jobs back and more importantly help the market believe that Jobs will return soon and all is well. But is it really? We have seen how much Apple missed Steve at June 8th WWDC conference in San Francisc. Phil Schiller, though trying his best at whatever he does, couldn’t really pull the crowd to his points if not it was for the brand Apple.

Steve Jobs’ acceptability lies in the front that apart from being one of the most innovative technology persons around, he has also been one of the greatest marketers of our generation. To get a combination like this is trying your luck. Whatever be the case, Apple will always make it an issue to sound positive about the face of their company. And such will be occasions where someone as rational and as respectable as Steve Wozniak will say, “doesn’t sound like he’s sick” while he hasn’t even asked the person concerned! Take that.

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