After six months, Steve Jobs speaks
One million reasons why ‘The iPhone is winning’
Apple CEO Steve Jobs took his first small step towards retaking the reins in Cupertino on Monday morning, issuing a short statement in a press release announcing that sales of the company’s new iPhone 3GS have topped one million since its release last Friday.
Jobs has been conspicuously absent from any Apple statements and events since he announced back in January that he would take a medical leave due to “health-related issues” that were “more complex than I originally thought.”
At that time, Jobs said that his medical leave of absence would last “until the end of June” – a story that Cupertino has stuck to, presumably attempting to allay concern among not only stockholders and Apple aficionados, but also the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
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