Who's going to be giving the keynote?

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  1. nateharr macrumors 6502

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    Skinny Steve? Normal Steve?

    Phil Schiller?

    Personally, I want to see a rather healthy, maybe even plump, Steve giving the keynote. I wish him the best of health and I'd like to see he is recovering well.

    Many people suspect Steve is on his way out of Apple.

    What do you guys think? Has anything been announced?
     
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    I was thinking about this the other day. I'd be surprised if it is anyone other than Steve (I won't speculate about his physical condition, it's not my business).
     
  4. rorschach macrumors 68020

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    Considering the news that Steve said it was the "most important thing he's ever done" .. I'm pretty sure he'll be giving the keynote.
     
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    Can't imagine that it would be anyone but Steve.
     
  7. nateharr thread starter macrumors 6502

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    Well that's good to hear. I really hope it's him. Phil is great at giving keynotes, but it never feels quite right without Steve. (That's what she said.)
     
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    Maybe Steve's ice cream diet worked?
     
  9. robfromabove macrumors regular

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    I find that highly unlikely. Although he "saved" the company with the introduction of the original iMac, I still feel like he has unfinished business with Apple, and his personality type would prevent him from bowing out on the eve of Apple becoming a powerhouse (as if it's not now, but I'd like to think he wants to steal some of the PC marketshare more than anything, and so far all of the peripheral devices they've released have helped that agenda tremendously).
     

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