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Questions answered in after steve jobs left apple

  1. 1. Questions Answered in After Steve Jobs Left Apple<br />There is an epidemic saying in various social networks that the day before yesterday, when I waked up, my vocation had passed away, yesterday when I waked up, iPhone 5 had gone (which is showing as iPhone 4S), today when I wake up, Steve Jobs passes away!<br />Apple, as the juggernaut with 350 billion dollars marketing value, can’t save a human life, and death is the final destination of everyone on earth. While what will Apple need to face after Jobs leaving Apple, will it be the NO.1 Electronic Giant in the future? Few questions are answered in for your reference.<br />What’s the worst consequence of Jobs leaving?<br />Before taking about his question, we would like to back from the return of Jobs in 1997 when Apple was endanger because of some fail promotion products like Macintosh Second. Jobs recovered Apple from a second-class company to the NO.1 Giant in electronic and gadget market, who was always committed to the spirit of quality line rather than yielding to the Macroscopic Marketing Strategy focusing on making profit which was encouraged by those lucrative stockholders in Apple. On the view of Jobs, Apple prefers to be a creative pool while it’s a mint in the eyes of shareholders. Therefore, the worst consequence of Jobs leaving may lay in the step down of Apple products resulting from the capital murder from those capital holders.<br />Can Apple succeed without Jobs?<br />The above question should be the NO.1 question after his death on October 5th, 2011, a few days ago, and many commentators are wondering the potential dangers from Brain Drain in Apple for those who are rather allegiant to Jobs not Apple. However, the leaving of Jobs doesn’t mean the lost of Jobs Spirit, which is characterized by innovation and persistence both in life and work. Since January 2011, when Jobs went on his third medical and Cook again took over, most observers expected that Jobs would not return to full-time, active duty. Yet investors and customers remained confident in the company. The solid foundation built by Jobs of products and talents should move Apple further in e-age.<br />What about the share price of Apple?<br />It’s not sudden news for Apple that Jobs will be dying because it was diagnosed in 2004 and Jobs was fighting for 7 years with pancreatic cancer, but that has not stopped Apple shares from marching higher. The stock moved little when Jobs announced in August that he was stepping down as CEO, and it moved little in after-hours trading after the announcement of his death Wednesday.<br />Will there be any changes after Tim Cook took over Apple?<br />No matter how successful Cook will be, it’s almost impossible for him to excel Jobs in Apple, while after years of wringing concessions from Asian production partners and three stints running the empire in Jobs' absence, Cook has a lot of credibility, and confidence in his leadership runs high, whose success at Apple is due in large part to his sharing many of his boss's traits: a demand for perfection, an exhaustive attention to detail, and a hard-nosed attitude at the negotiating table.<br />After iPhone 4S, what will be Apple’s next?<br />iPhone 4S had released several days ago which contains pros and cons, one of the big things in Apple in Jobs Age. An ironic joke played in many press releases the day when Jobs resigned from Apple that “the last product from Jobs is iQuit!” Joke is joke, business to business, for now, industry speculation centers around some sort of concerted attempt to shake up the living room, and TV. Apple has delivered results in the past by diving into fragmented, stagnating industries -- notably music and telephones -- and re-imagining them through technological innovation. Many experts say TV and its confusing array of options is ripe for an Apple-like "simple is beautiful" makeover.<br />