Without Jobs, Apple must show it can still deliver

Without Jobs,Apple

With Steve Jobs bowing out as CEO, Apple Inc. should persuade investors and consumers that it doesn't need the force behind the iMac, iPod, iPhone and iPad in charge to remain the technology hits coming, Tim Cook, his hand-picked successor, have handled the top job repeatedly in the absence of the ailing Jobs, who resigned as chief executive Wednesday and be elected chairman of Apple's board though not nearly as recognizable as Jobs, Cook have been running Apple since January the company's stock has risen 62 percent during that time.

Jeff Gamet, organization editor of Apple-focused news site The Mac Observer, said Jobs' departure has additional sentimental than practical significance, He said he have been telegraphing the change for several years,"All Apple really have done is made official what they've been doing administratively intended for a while now, which is Tim runs the show and Steve gets to do his part to make sure the products approach out to meet the Apple standard," he said.

But Trip Chowdhry, an analyst through Global Equities Research, said Jobs' maniacal attention to detail is what has set Apple apart he said Apple's product pipeline may be secure for another few years, but he predicted that the company resolve eventually struggle to come up with market-changing ideas, "Apple CEO Steve Jobs, Steve Jobs is Apple, and Steve Jobs is innovation," Chowdhry said, "You be able to teach people how to be operationally efficient, you can hire consultants to tell you how to perform that, but God creates innovation Apple without Steve Jobs is nothing."

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