“Despite the fact that he is no longer CEO of Apple, Steve Jobs is ‘expected’ to appear at Tuesday’s iPhone event alongside current Chief Executive Tim Cook, a new report claims,” Katie Marsal reports for AppleInsider.
“The information stems from a Reuters story filed on Monday, which suggested Jobs will appear at this week’s iPhone event,” Marsal reports. “However, the report also cautioned that ‘a no-show by the Apple co-founder will not be a major disappointment.'”
Marsal reports, “Author Poornima Gupta did not indicate whether the expectations of an appearance by Jobs come from inside information obtained through sources, or if rumors of an appearance by Jobs are simply speculation on the part of Wall Street analysts quoted in the story.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “GetMeOnTop” for the heads up.]