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Jobs Leaves Map for Apple's Future

With the passing of Steve Jobs, many worried about the future of Apple. Apparently the company will be in good stead for the next four or so years. That's because Jobs spent his last year setting up roadmaps for all his biggest products, including iCloud.

Four years in the technology world is a long time. But with Apple being so secretive, few really know what Jobs' remarkable brain cooked up. Could there be groundbreaking new products akin to the iPad? One can only hope!

What ideas do you think Steve Jobs left behind? Speculate freely at [email protected]

Posted by Doug Barney on 10/17/2011 at 1:18 PM


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