Steve Jobs will be seen in public Monday for the first time since RadarOnline.com published exclusive photographs of the ailing Apple CEO 10 weeks ago.
Jobs, who was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2004 and had a liver transplant in 2009, stepped away from active duty at Apple in January, citing the need to “focus on my health.”
A month later, RadarOnline.com published exclusive video of the legendary computer pioneer, and it sent shockwaves through the business and tech worlds.
He did make a surprise appearance at Apple’s March unveiling of its iPad2 but then went back into seclusion.
On April 19, Radar again made world news when we published photos of a gaunt-looking Jobs heading into Apple’s HQ.
His public appearance on Monday is for the Worldwide Developers Conference where he is expected to announce a variety of Apple’s latest innovations.
Apple has not yet said if this signals a full-time return to work for their CEO.