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Steve Jobs: tablet ‘most important thing I’ve ever done’

Apple CEO Steve Jobs has been making bold claims about the company’s upcoming tablet to senior Apple executives and close friends, according to a new report. Citing multiple independent sources, TechCrunch reports that Jobs has repeatedly stated that the tablet “[W]ill be the most important thing I’ve ever done.” Previous reports have indicated that Jobs was giving the tablet his full personal attention following his return to Apple last June.

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