Steve Jobs Said To Return This Month To Apple, Surprise Appearance At WWDC?

Posted: Jun 5 2009, 9:21am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:45pm CDT, in News | Apple


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In January Apple's CEO Steve Jobs announced that he was taking a medical leave of absence for six months. The Wall Street Journal runs a story today that Steve Jobs is on track to return this month to Apple.
Now officially Mr. Jobs is coming back at the end of June, but hopes run high that he will make a surprise appearance at the WWDC 2009 next week.
Mr. Jobs has been at the Apple head quarters several times in the last months and is also rumored to still be involved in new product developments including the Apple take on a netbook.
Apple has been operating well over the last month, at least when looking at it from the outside. I actually would let Schiller present the new iPhone to make a statement to the world that Apple can do great things without Steve Jobs to take this personal fixation out of the Apple stock.

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