Yesterday, both investors and the Apple community was taken by shock when Steve Jobs unexpectedly announced that he would be stepping down from Apple after 14 straight years as CEO. Tim Cook, who was previously the company's Chief Operating Officer, took his place. His first order of business? Send all Apple employees an email promising not to change Apple's current philosophy.
In a month many had predicted to be dominated by news about the iPhone 5 and OS X Lion, Apple's board of directors has unexpectedly announced that Steve Jobs has stepped down from Apple as CEO and will be replaced by Tim Cook, Apple's current COO. Meanwhile, Jobs will be the chairman of the board.