Steve Jobs Develops New iPad and iPhone Remotely

According to a recent report by The Wall Street Journal, Steve Jobs remains deeply engaged in Apple’s key strategic decisions and product development, despite currently being on a medical leave from Apple.

Sources close to the matter have disclosed that Jobs has been conducting business meetings at his home and via phone, focusing particularly on the upcoming versions of the iPad and iPhone.

The Wall Street Journal also noted that Jobs has made appearances at Apple’s campus and has been spotted in Palo Alto with another senior Apple executive.

Jobs announced his leave on January 17, citing health reasons, and during his absence, Apple COO Tim Cook has assumed leadership responsibilities.

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