I can't help but to wonder what will happen to the company next.
You know what'd be hilarious? If Bill Gates took the position.
That's big news. Emulators.
For an overpriced product that should be able to run it anyways.[/COLOR
I personally found it amusing that the situation is being painted as if this man and this man alone is fully responsible for every aspect of what Apple makes.
But I suppose I could be wrong, maybe he really does design every product all by himself without any help or ideas from anyone. I merely doubt that.
everyone is gay for Steve Jobs, and Tim Cook is actually gay.
Does anyone know how to post youtube videos on this forum?
The video code is "u9yDWiosyfk". Wrap [yt] tags around the video code.
Oh what's this?
Apple stocks haven't had that catestrophic failure people thought it would?
Geez, maybe it because speculators aren't retards and don't think that Jobs alone is what makes Apple.
Just curious, why do you hate Steve/Apple? I've always been curious why apple haters hate apple.
I don't understand why people love them. It's like designer clothes - you can get exactly the same top in a different shop for a third of the price, usually lasts longer but oh no! It doesn't have the name! Can't buy it because then people wouldn't know I have money!
Yes, I understand that Macs are good for media, but that's not worth everything else that goes with it.
Some people actually prefer the Mac OS over windows, and can you really blame them?
And this. Most people I know who have Macs and haven't just turned them into Windows machines use it for stuff like video editing, composing, etc.
I really don't understand why people think that Steve Jobs the only thing keeping the company together. I mean seriously, do some of you really think that someone who Jobs has cherry-picked to replace him is going be awful at his job? I mean sure, some people hate apple and will find every opportunity to say with "science" that it's screwed the pooch and that failure is inevitable. But honestly, the idea that Jobs is the only being capable of running the company is retarded.
I mean seriously, even with the slim chance that Mr. Replacement has different views than Jobs, having someone else as CEO could very well be a good thing. Though I wouldn't expect a lot of people on here to be able to see that because I've noticed for a while that there's a disturbing trend of people being so vehemently against "change".
The fact of the matter is though, we can't really know what'll happen with the company until it actually happens.