Three years ago, and just a few years after Apple founder and former CEO Steve Jobs died, Tim Cook unveiled what would be, to date, Apple's only new product category under his watch: The Apple Watch .
That was supposed to be Cook’s moment and it hit all the right notes: Innovation in a faltering category, an iconic location (the same place Steve Jobs introduced the MacBook 30 years earlier), and a little showmanship with a specially-constructed giant white box to demonstrate the new wearable gear.
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In a way, it was. Cook has always said that no one ever forgets Jobs and his impact and ethos at Apple, but he is never constrained by a “What would Steve do?” mentality. Read more... More about Apple , Ipad , Tim Cook , Apple Watch , and Steve Jobs