Steve Jobs is back on the job. The Apple CEO will return to work on Tuesday after a six-month medical leave. Though Jobs had a live transplant only two months ago, it was reported that he made a brief cameo in the office last week. The tech community is speculating what his return will mean for Apple, and, as CNN reports, many think Jobs will become “less of the company’s day-to-day face and more of its visionary.” Writes Tim Bajarin in PC Magazine: " Part of the reason is that Jobs has had a near-death health issue to deal with, and he may now realize that his most important role will be to create a vision that can be carried forward for decades, not just the next product cycle."
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