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What's Apple achieved since Steve Jobs died? Er, quite a lot

Craig Grannell | Oct. 7, 2013
Apple can't innovate any more? The evidence suggests otherwise

7. And the rest
OK, but apart from three new iPhones, iOS 7, the iPad mini, a revolutionary Mac Pro, a ton of public charitable donations, and major staff changes, what has Apple done since Steve Jobs died? Nothing, that's what!

Well, apart from the Retina iPad, a revamped iMac, iTunes Radio, a new iPod touch, the upcoming OS X Mavericks, the MacBook Pro with Retina display, and regularly making analyst Gene Munster punch a wall by not in fact revealing an Apple television.

 

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