Steve Jobs was such a symbol of Apple, after masterminding the iPhone, iPad, iPod, iMac and iTunes, that the writer Walter Isaacson planned for a time to call his authorized biography "iSteve."
Now that Steve Jobs has died, Apple will not immediately change, say people who knew him and the company. But where will it go in coming years without him? Jobs was its co-founder with his childhood friend, Steve Wozniak, and spent most of his adult life as its chief visionary.
In August, Jobs, his...Full Story