Apple's Steve Jobs Discusses Illness, Regains Control

Apple chief executive steals the show at conference

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Yesterday, at an otherwise Apple-standard products announcement, the master of ceremonies was someone who has been out of the spotlight for months: Apple CEO Steve Jobs. Jobs had been away from his position as the company's leader on sick leave, for what turned out to be a liver transplant. In an unusually revealing speech at Wednesday's show, Jobs spoke about his illness. We speak to Wired senior editor, Steven Levy, who was at the event.

Guests:

Steven Levy

Hosted by:

Lynn Sherr

Contributors:

Molly Webster

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