25
Feb
2013

Reuters IPad

The Chief Executive of Apple, Steve Jobs, who has been on sick leave, will inaugurate the week provided an annual Developers Conference in which will show the latest software from the manufacturers of the iPad and a cloud computing service. Apple shares rose nearly 2 per cent after the company announced on Tuesday that Jobs and a group of executives presented the inaugural speech of the Conference from June 6, without leaving clear what role exactly played the founder of the company or if it returns after the drop, reported Reuters. The emergence of Jobs, survivor of a rare variety of pancreatic cancer, would mark one of the few occasions in which has appeared in public since in January it took a third low for undisclosed health reasons. In March, a thin but energetic Jobs presented good Yerba Center of San Francisco and presented the iPad 2, achieving an ardent ovation after months of frenzy media and investors about its health speculation. Since its introduction, the the network audience showed its intention to buy iPad 2.

It is a good sign that is sufficiently recovered to be there and participate, said Andy Hargreaves, analyst for Pacific Crest Securities, but added that it is not a big surprise for his appearances at other events. Apple reported at the Conference plans to unveil its software enhancements, including the Lion, the eighth major release of its operating system, and the iOS 5, the next version of its mobile operating system, including the iPad and iPhone. Apple tends to present a new iPhone at this time of year, but some sources have revealed to Reuters that they do not expect a new model until September. New service of cloud company computing said that will present a new service of computing cloud called iCloud, which will provide remote access to the computers and data over the internet. Speculation on Wall Street the past few months have focused on the launch of a multimedia service in cloud that lets users buy and play music. Apple has reached an agreement with three of the big four record companies, said the sources.

Jobs, a visionary of technology 55 years, credited having rescued Apple from its agony in 1996, after 12 years of absence from the company that he co-founded. Under his leadership, the launch of the iPhone, a phone with touchscreen, in 2007, and the iPad, a computer touch screen, in 2010, new lines of business for the company that created personal computers were forged. In January came his third absence for health reasons in seven years, but executives say that it has continued involved in strategic decision-making. The fortunes of Apple was once inextricably linked to his vision and leadership, but many Wall Street analysts believe that the rise of other directors as Tim Cook ensures a good position for the future. Jobs already attended other events, such as the meeting in February of the leaders of the technology with the United States President, Barack Obama. Hargreaves ensures that you don’t expect the company unveils a new model of iPhone at the Conference, but that the improvement of OS X will mean a major renovation.

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