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Live from the Apple media extravaganza

September 9, 2009

Reuters will have live updates and photos from Apple’s live event at 1 pm ET on Wednesday.

Apple Inc’s Phil Schiller, Senior Vice-President of worldwide marketing, speaks about the iPod touch’s game playing capabilities.  REUTERS/Robert Galbraith

All photos by Robert Galbraith.

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Man he’s lost weight!

Posted by Gerald | Report as abusive
 

Investors will be happy everywhere. Although it looks like Steve has lost a lot of weight since his last public appearance. I am curious to know if his management style changed since his leave of absence.

 

Shame on reuters for series of Steve Jobs photos. Easy-sleazy journalism. Its a real shame.

Posted by andre | Report as abusive
 

Disappointing – no camera on the ipod touch :( – I was waiting for that …will it impact sales?

Posted by Jim | Report as abusive
 

Glad to see Jobs back! He is my hero.

Posted by Jobsfan | Report as abusive
 

This isn’t “easy-sleazy journalism” as one commentator put it, what’s sleazy about releasing these photos of Mr. Job’s welcome back? He is a survivor and it is good to see him up on stage representing his company as he should.

 

Its really cool…Hope I can buy one of those..

 

Dear friend,
Your photos on this well known gentleman,Mr.Jobs are excellent.
Thanks to this website and to this photo journalist.
I like all his products.
He fought with health problems and came out as a new man with new technological ideas.
Always, we will admire and inspire on any science and technology innovations and its usefulness.
I am using iPod products and iTunes library.
Wonderful,exiting and gem of a man with technical wisdom.

 

He is amazing!

Posted by kcs | Report as abusive
 

It’s good to have you back, mr. Jobs! The show must go on!

 

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