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Apple's Tim Cook is Expected to Present iPad 2

The big Apple event is tomorrow. By now, it’s pretty much an accepted fact that this event is to announce the iPad 2. Tech sites everywhere are posting all about their speculations of what the iPad 2 will contain. You can see our’s here

The biggest story about this event though, is not just the product that’s being announced…but the person announcing the product. Over the years, people have become accustomed to Steve Jobs announcing the Apple products we all know and love. Among our favorite things is the passion in which Steve announced the products. There was never a product he didn’t seem to back whole-heartedly, 100%. Now, with Jobs’s commonly known health problems and the leave he is on, people are expecting Tim Cook, Apple’s CFO and current CEO in place of Jobs, to announce the product.

Last week, Cook noticeably sat in the “big seat” for the annual shareholders meeting. Now he’ll have to stand in the big light to announce the product that has created a whole new technology market. One that companies are struggling to compete with. A market that competitors can only hope to match the iPad’s success, not even come close to outdoing it. 

There is a very, very slim chance that Steve Jobs could announce the iPad 2 but I highly doubt it. However, if he was to announce it, I think that it would turn out to be as big, if not a bigger story than the actual product being announced. We hope Steve is in good health and we hope the next-gen iPad will live up to the expectations of its predecessor. Stay tuned for a full breakdown of the new features tomorrow as well as an analyzation of how it sizes up to the new tablets on the market. 

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The big Apple event is tomorrow. By now, it’s pretty much an accepted fact that this event is to announce the iPad 2. Tech sites everywhere are posting all about their speculations of what the iPad 2 will contain. You can see our’s here

The biggest story about this event though, is not just the product that’s being announced…but the person announcing the product. Over the years, people have become accustomed to Steve Jobs announcing the Apple products we all know and love. Among our favorite things is the passion in which Steve announced the products. There was never a product he didn’t seem to back whole-heartedly, 100%. Now, with Jobs’s commonly known health problems and the leave he is on, people are expecting Tim Cook, Apple’s CFO and current CEO in place of Jobs, to announce the product.

Last week, Cook noticeably sat in the “big seat” for the annual shareholders meeting. Now he’ll have to stand in the big light to announce the product that has created a whole new technology market. One that companies are struggling to compete with. A market that competitors can only hope to match the iPad’s success, not even come close to outdoing it. 

There is a very, very slim chance that Steve Jobs could announce the iPad 2 but I highly doubt it. However, if he was to announce it, I think that it would turn out to be as big, if not a bigger story than the actual product being announced. We hope Steve is in good health and we hope the next-gen iPad will live up to the expectations of its predecessor. Stay tuned for a full breakdown of the new features tomorrow as well as an analyzation of how it sizes up to the new tablets on the market.