Jobs left Apple a four-year roadmap
It appears that Steve Jobs may still have a strong influence on the direction that Apple takes at least for the next four years.
According to UK newspaper The Times, before he passed away earlier this week Jobs left a four-year plan laying the groundwork for the iPad, iPod and iPhone development for the next four years.
Numerous rumours surround what exactly Apple are working on including the iCloud which Jobs is believed to have been working on extensively. Also included are in the rumours are the next generation of iPhone expected by 2013 and a successor to the Apple TV range of products which could possibly be a touch-enabled television itself.
The technology world will be watching closely to see the extent of Jobs legacy as it unfolds over the next few years.
Thanks Develop Online.
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