San Jose Mercury News
Both subscribe to a philosophy of minimalism that is expressed in everything from a computer's understated silhouette down to its Spartan packaging. Then there's that shared devotion to detail, which drove Jobs to kill the iMac's cooling fan "because ...
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Leander Kahney, editor and publisher of Cult of Mac, said, "The next five years at Apple will be very much like the last five. They've been busy running the company during Jobs' medical leaves and nothing has really changed. With the creativity of people like Ive, they'll go on to even greater success.
"After all," he said, "Jobs' greatest product was not the iMac or the iPhone -- it was Apple itself. He's built an amazing machine there, and it'll run just fine without him."
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