Steve Jobs helped with iPhone 5 design

Apple haters can hate but Jobs gave input from his death bed. He has earned my respect a long time ago.
 
This is such a bad attempt to sell more phones.
I didn't realise Bloomberg was in the business of selling phones? :confused:
Steve Jobs gave input on the design of the unannounced next generation Apple iPhone before his death, according to a report by Bloomberg.
 
Apple marketing meeting....

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This is such a bad attempt to sell more phones.

Agreed. Reasons why this is news:
- Apple paid for the article
- Author is a Apple fanboy

Like it even matters if he gave input.
 
Agreed. Reasons why this is news:
- Apple paid for the article
- Author is a Apple fanboy

Like it even matters if he gave input.
This is apple who are secretive to a fault and you're saying they paid Bloomberg news for the article?
 
This is apple who are secretive to a fault and you're saying they paid Bloomberg news for the article?

I'm just throwing ideas out there. Just trying to figure out why this is in the news.

It is not completely far-fetched to think that Apple paid for the article. Apple is secretive about their products' design, specs etc. This could be a ploy by them to generate some hype around the iPhone 5 because their "main attraction" is gone.
 
I'm just throwing ideas out there. Just trying to figure out why this is in the news.

It is not completely far-fetched to think that Apple paid for the article. Apple is secretive about their products' design, specs etc. This could be a ploy by them to generate some hype around the iPhone 5 because their "main attraction" is gone.
Yes, it really is.
 
Like they need to create hype around their products... ;)

True that... I think Tim Cook has stepped into Steve's shoes pretty well and this year he has new MacBooks, a new iPhone and possibly an iPad mini to show off... Pretty sure Apple's PR guys have some of the easiest jobs in the world.
 
This shouldn't be a surprise to anyone. I'm sure Apple's products have at least a 5 year lifecycle before release.
 
Wait. Steve Jobs died? How did I miss that?
Edit: Just saw it was due to Cancer. Really sad :(
 
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