It appears as if Steve Jobs will indeed return to Apple by the end of June after taking a six-month leave from the company. The world is watching to see whether he’ll make a surprise appearance at WWDC next week, though many believe he’s saving that surprise for another time.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs is reportedly on track to return to Apple full-time later this month, right on schedule. Insiders speaking to The Wall Street Journal claim that Jobs’ recovery is “coming along” and that Apple’s directors have been receiving weekly updates since Jobs took leave in January. Whether or not we’ll see him at next week’s WWDC keynote, however, remains up in the air.
“He was one real sick guy,” one of the WSJ‘s sources said. “Fundamentally he was starving to death over a nine-month period. He couldn’t digest protein. [But] he took corrective action.”
Report: Steve Jobs recovered, set for timely return to ApplePublished June 6, 2009 Uncategorized Leave a Comment