Apple After Jobs: Looking at the Future Beyond iPad, iPhone and MacBook

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\"NBR\"Forum Members Speak Out on Apple Future After Jobs
Steve Jobs may be gone but Apple is still considered the leader of the pack when it comes to consumer technology. Our discussion forum members have some interesting things to say about the future of Apple and future \”iProducts.\”

With Steve Jobs Gone, How Will Apple\’s Software Fare Vs. Windows 8 & Android?
Apple\’s remaining management team now inherits two aspects of Steve Jobs\’ legacy: profoundly successful previous products, plus an ongoing embracement of change.

Steve Jobs: His Life, His Death, And What It Means For Apple
Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple Computer Inc., died Wednesday at the age of 56. From pioneering the modern GUI to the introduction of the iPad, Jobs made a career out of forever changing the way people use technology.

\"TPCR\"Apple After Jobs: Can a New CEO Improve the iPad?
With news that Apple missed extremely high earnings estimates in Q4 and following the iPhone 4S launch, the TechnologyGuide team reexamining Apple following the death of Steve Jobs. Can the Mac maker still out innovate the competition?

\"DTR\"One More Thing: Is An Apple Television Steve Jobs\’ Final Act?
Under Steve Jobs, Apple created the most popular desktop, the most popular notebook, the most popular music player, the most popular cell phone and the most popular tablet. Is the most popular television next on the list? More importantly, can they do it without Steve?

\"DCR\"Apple After Jobs: Focus on the iPhone and Digital Cameras
As we say goodbye to Steve Jobs, we are left in the midst of a camera industry in a state of flux. The iPhone 4S is equipped with a high-powered sensor and an f/2.4 lens, but still faces limitations – take a look as we reflect on Jobs, the iPhone and the state of the point-and-shoot.

\"Brighthand\"Things Aren\’t All Rosy at Tim Cook\’s Apple
One year after the iCon was laid to rest, people are beginning to notice problems with his Cupertino company. Our sister site NotebookReview presents us with this editorial.

Apple Still Strong a Year After Steve Jobs\’ Death
Apple\’s co-founder Steve Jobs passed away a year ago. Since then, Apple has forged ahead and is even stronger than it was before. But can they keep this up?

With Steve Jobs Passing, Apple Looks to New Leadership
With the passing of Steve Jobs, two men who previously worked behind the scenes have been thrust into the limelight: the new CEO Tim Cook, and the head of product development, Jonathan Ive. But do they have what it takes to replace Jobs?

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