Steve Jobs Remembered, One Year Later

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One year after Steve Jobs' death, the technology pioneer has not been forgotten. In fact, it's quite the opposite, explains industry watcher Tim Bajarin, "His legacy has probably increased because people reflect on some of the things he did and realize what a genius he was."

Long ago, Jobs talked of making a mobile computer - something that closely resembles the iPad. It was like that with many of his early ideas. Now, decades later, his products are reflective of his commitment to form and function.

"We're going to see innovation and new products that still have Steve's stamp of approval for at least another three years," Bajarin says of Jobs' enduring legacy.

A pint-sized version of the iPad for example, is rumored to be coming mid-October and Apple TV is poised to grow in market share.

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