A memo from Steve Jobs was sent to all Apple employees today, stating that Jobs will take a medical leave of absence so that the CEO can "focus on [his] health." Full details below.
Steve Wozniak recently talked to his ole buddy and Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, apparently on the phone. Woz told reporters that though he didn't ask specifically about Jobs' condition, Jobs sounded "healthy, energetic"—not sick. That's good news, as Jobs' scheduled return to Apple is imminent. [WSJ]
The storm after Gizmodo uncovered the real state of Steve Jobs' health keeps growing. Now the SEC is examining Apple's behavior to "ensure investors weren't misled," Bloomberg reports:
Answering recent coverage about his health, Steve Jobs has published this letter. Looks like our source was partly right: Jobs' condition was the a reason for his Macworld no-show. But he will get healthier. Updated
According to a previously reliable source, Apple misrepresented the reasons behind Macworld and Jobs' keynote cancellation. Allegedly, the real cause is his rapidly declining health. In fact, it may be even worse than we imagined: