“Steve Jobs’ decision to skip the convention could mean the company doesn’t have a hot new product to show off,” Brian Caulfield speculates for Forbes.
“[Some] were quick to infer that Chief Executive Steve Jobs must be sick after the computer maker said Tuesday that he won’t be speaking at Macworld in January and this will be the company’s last appearance at the conference,” Caulfield writes.
“The real reason he’s not delivering his usual keynote speech could be simpler than that, however: It could be that Apple (nasdaq: AAPL – news – people ) has nothing “insanely great” to demo this year,” Caulfield writes.
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]