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The WSJ has noticed that Steve Jobs concerns himself with “even the smallest details” of new Apple products. This latest retread is flavored with tablets.
From the Wall Street Journal: Steve Jobs, who has been on medical leave from Apple Inc. since January to treat an undisclosed medical condition, received a liver transplant in Tennessee about two months ago. The chief executive has been recovering … Continue reading
Say what you will about the 3G S &mdash that it seems more like version 2.5, instead of 3.0; that it looks exactly like the 3G and, at the very least, should have featured some design tweaks (like new colors); … Continue reading
From Cult of Mac: Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak on Wednesday said Steve Jobs is “healthy, energetic” and “doesn’t sound like he’s sick.”
Here’s to the level-headed ones. The sociable. The orthodox. The builders of consensus. Illustration: Dylan Roscover via Cult of Mac.
The excellent conservative writer George Will has an amusing, if very old-mannish rant up about denim, which to him is an emblem of America’s disordered national psyche. There’s a great bit in the middle, echoing a line from a Daniel … Continue reading
“There are two kinds of Apple reporters,” remarks Dan Lyons in his awe-inspiring thrashing of CNBC’s Jim Goldman. “There are those that accept the company will lie to them, and then there are those that get snowballed and punked, like … Continue reading
I have given more than my all to Apple for the past 11 years now. I will be the first one to step up and tell our Board of Directors if I can no longer continue to fulfill my duties … Continue reading
It’s already been changed on the live site, but my feed reader cached this wonderful headline from Reuters regarding the most recent Apple keynote: “Alive Jobs unveils Apple’s “thinnest” iPod” Not the funniest joke in the world, but hilarious to … Continue reading
Despite having a record quarter, Apple’s stock price took a 10-point hit on earning statings. Why? Because Apple’s future projections are characteristically understated and Apple’s CFO Peter Oppenheimer wouldn’t answer questions about Steve Jobs’ health. From Wired: Epicenter: When inquired … Continue reading