Saw this article on ZDNET wondering if Tim Cook is no more than an 'administrator' of Apple. The question is based on an article former Microsoft exec Bob Herbold wrote on Forbes website. http://www.zdnet.com/is-tim-cook-no-more-than-an-administrator-7000013126/ I think it's a fair question to wonder if Cook is a visionary or just someone who makes sure the trains run on time. The problem I have is what do these people think Apple would have done in the past year and a half if Steve was still alive? Would they have released a 5 inch teardrop iPhone 5? Not released an iPad mini or if they did, one with a retina display? Would the iMacs have kept the optical drive or would we have touch screen Macs? Would Apple TV, "iWatch" or a streaming music service be a reality? Would maps have not been released or released but without all the errors? Would iOS 6 have had widgets or live tiles or "real multitasking"? Would the iPad support a digitizer, user accounts and allow for apps to be run side by side? People who claim Apple is doomed without Steve, Apple doesn't innovate, Cook is just a numbers guy etc. never explain what Apple would have done differently in the past year or so if Steve were still running the show. And at the same time claim everything that's been released since Steve's death was part of a product roadmap he signed off on prior to his death. I'd love to know all these great things we would have received from Apple last year if Steve was still around.