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Many were watching to see if Steve Jobs would show at the Apple shareholders meeting held on Wednesday. He didn't, and I didn't expect him to.

As a show of support, a large margin of shareholders refused to force Apple to outline a succession plan in the event that Jobs doesn't return. I'm sure they didn't want to send the wrong message to the market and to Mr. Jobs.

Apple took the opportunity to leak the fact that the iPad 2 will be unveiled March 2, but I'm not sure many expect Mr. Jobs to lead this show like he has at so many launches.

The new iPad should have a camera, better graphics and a faster processor -- perhaps a dual-core processor. This ain't no revolution, but Apple fans will be standing in line anyway.

Have you tied your iPad into any of your enterprise tools? If so, which and how? Share that wealth at dbarney@redmondmag.com.

Posted by Doug Barney on 02/25/2011 at 1:18 PM


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