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Much to everyone’s suprise, as well as everyone’s pleasure, Steve Jobs announced the iPad 2 yesterday. This comes as a big suprise to the tech world seeing as how he is still on his medical leave. However, he decided to break away from his medical leave to come announce this product he’s so passionate about. After graciously accepting the crowd’s hoots and hollers as he walked on stage, Steve opened up by saying, “We’ve been working on this product a while, and I just didn’t want to miss today.” Just to remind some of you, the iPad was originally Jobs’s project, his own pride and joy that has made the consumer electronics market go bonkers.

Upon walking onto the stage in Cupertino, you could tell Jobs was much thinner and looked weak. Some of you may know that Jobs has been battling pancreatic cancer, a rare but curable form. Even still, pancreatic cancer has one of the lowest survival rates among other cancers. Nonetheless, Steve did a great job announcing the iPad and showed no loss of enthusiasm. We wish Steve our best regards, and here’s to a great upcoming year for Apple.

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Much to everyone’s suprise, as well as everyone’s pleasure, Steve Jobs announced the iPad 2 yesterday. This comes as a big suprise to the tech world seeing as how he is still on his medical leave. However, he decided to break away from his medical leave to come announce this product he’s so passionate about. After graciously accepting the crowd’s hoots and hollers as he walked on stage, Steve opened up by saying, “We’ve been working on this product a while, and I just didn’t want to miss today.” Just to remind some of you, the iPad was originally Jobs’s project, his own pride and joy that has made the consumer electronics market go bonkers.

Upon walking onto the stage in Cupertino, you could tell Jobs was much thinner and looked weak. Some of you may know that Jobs has been battling pancreatic cancer, a rare but curable form. Even still, pancreatic cancer has one of the lowest survival rates among other cancers. Nonetheless, Steve did a great job announcing the iPad and showed no loss of enthusiasm. We wish Steve our best regards, and here’s to a great upcoming year for Apple.