Every year, Apple fans celebrate spring by watching the unveiling of the company's latest technological breakthroughs. But this year for the first time, the media circus was held without its key ringleader – brand mastermind and former CEO Steve Jobs, who died of pancreatic cancer last October. So beyond the products, there was a sense of curiosity about the performance of new CEO Tim Cook. Is Apple entering a 'post-Jobs' world? John Abell, New York City bureau chief of Wired.com, joins us to talk about how Steve Jobs' influence will continue to affect Apple for years to come.
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