Apple’s New CEO runs initial test at iPhone 5 launch

• 03/10/2011

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With Steve Jobs out of the seat, the new Apple chief executive Tim Cook takes his first greatest challenges as he steps in the position on the next launch of iPhone 5. The event will be held in the headquarters of Apple in Cupertino, California. It will be the first-time Mr. Cook runs the test as the world eyes on him whether he will enliven the excitement of people and religious fervour  as Mr. Jobs did, where he has created hallmark in every product launch and an essential ingredient for the company’s success for over the last decade.

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A thinner iPhone 5 is predicted by the analysts in Wall Street and observers in Silicon Valley with a fast A5 processor, bigger memory and 8-mega pixel camera.

“It’s the most important product refresh for Apple. No questions about that,” said Colin Gillis, a technology analyst in New York at BGC Partners. “Everyone will be watching as it’s Tim Cook’s first crack at the wheel.”

The iPhone has driven Apple to have the bigger source of sales, since its launch in 2007. The company beat the Wallstreet’s forecast with a swooping 20. 43m sold in the second quarter and has more than doubling sales in 2010 from the same period.

Even though there were seen threats to Apple’s share in the market of smartphones in the last two months, it’s top position in the computer and Tablet market increase.



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