In the aftermath of his death, it is worth speculating - would the announcement of the iPhone 4S have rated as negatively as it did if Steve Jobs had been the front man?
Apple co-founder, chairman, and former CEO Steve Jobs has died. The news, although not unexpected, marks the passing of an era and will send shockwaves around the IT world.
There is not much that can be said about Apple and Steve Jobs that has not already been said. Jobs is Apple; no, Apple, with its superlative developers, is much more than Jobs; Jobs is merely human and just a good salesman. The reality is, however, Apple and Jobs are inseparable because Apple is Steve Job's dream. And that's why it will not survive after he goes.
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