Today in Apple history: Devs get the key to unlock iPhone’s awesome power

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Running Apple Without Steve Jobs Is Weird, Says Apple Chairman

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It’s been over 16 months since Steve Jobs passed away, leaving Apple without its inspirational leader. Even though the company has released a number of new products and reported record-breaking sales, some of Steve’s closest friends at the company still miss him.

Apple’s chairman, Art Levinson, was a close friend and colleague of Steve Jobs, and he’s been on Apple’s Board of Directors since 2000. So when he was recently asked what it’s like running the company’s Board now that Steve’s gone, Levinson only had one word to describe it: “weird.”

Steve Jobs Was Originally Dead Set Against Third-Party Apps for the iPhone

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