But Andy Hertzfeld, who worked with Jobs on the Macintosh, ultimately says it's a 'fine movie.'
In DepthIf the history of Apple products has taught us anything, it's that there are always plenty of naysayers.
BlipThe Apple Macintosh, as it was known in 1984, gets disassembled piece by piece by the decade-old iFixit team.
The first sales data from the US on sales of Apple's iPads shows that the new tablet PCs could well be cannibalizing sales of another popular product from the Cupertino computing giant – the humble iPod.
In the first moments of his keynote Steve Jobs made official the rumours of a tweaked version of OS X – called Snow Leopard.