“In a letter to Apple staff on Wednesday, Jobs said he was taking a five-month medical leave because his health issues are ‘more complex than I originally thought,'” Brian X. Chen reports for Wired.
“In the note, Jobs promised to return to Apple in the summer, which many are hoping is true,” Chen reports.
“‘My bet is he’s not coming back,’ said Roger Kay, an Endpoint Technologies analyst. ‘Despite all the protestations, I think he has cancer. They talk about digestive this and digestive that, but … forget all the buzz you’re hearing. Just look at the photos,'” Chen reports.
Chen continues, “Apple customers, journalists, bloggers, investors and analysts are hoping that Jobs is well and will retake the reins in the summer. Shortly after Jobs’ announcement on Wednesday, Twitter lit up with ‘get well’ wishes for the CEO.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Medical diagnosis via photograph. Roger ought to go for the patent on that one.
Is it just us, or are “analysts” and “journalists” getting exponentially stupider by the minute today?
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