Steve Jobs is Working Again, For a Newer iPhone and Apple Tablet PC!

By Angsuman Chakraborty, Gaea News Network
Monday, April 13, 2009

steve-jobs-iphoneWhen Apple is considered, can Steve Jobs be far away? Well, despite having a life threatening hormone imbalance disease for which Mr. Jobs is to stay at home and not come to his office, it seems he has never lost touch. According to a recent disclosure, Apple is working on a new version if iPhone and a device that is bigger than an iPhone and smaller than a regular notebook. The company has worked hard to try and convince investors and analysts that despite Jobs no longer working full-time at Apple, his presence doesn’t effectively make or break the company. But it wasn’t taken wholeheartedly neither by apple fanboys or the share holders. This news should partially assure them but raise a question too.

Has Steve Jobs become bigger than the company, at least in guaranteeing the trust and the brand? It can prove to be detrimental to a company like Apple because they have this unique advantage and disadvantage of this sort. In one side, Steve Jobs has been able to give Apple a set of followers which is enviable for even other who’s whos like Microsoft and Google. But then again, what after Steve Jobs? When we say Apple relies too much on Jobs, its not as if they have a dearth of talents around but the image to common people.

Its certainly a great news to know that Steve is still working and he is fit enough to do so. Now when asked some crazy people what about his replacement, a fanboy had this answer,

on Steve Job’s replacement.

Introducing the iSTEVE, Apple has taken Steve Jobs’ brain and integrated into a CEO replacement device.

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May 12, 2009: 10:38 am

That’s good news.Steve would surely get what he wants.
Of course Steve is an asset to the company and he has more value than his company.
great article
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April 13, 2009: 12:24 pm

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