Great analysis of the evolution of Apple in the post-Jobs era and of what they are capable. One of my favourite parts (but you should read the whole thing):
This is not to say Apple is better off without Steve Jobs. But I do think it’s becoming clear that the company, today, might be better off with Tim Cook as CEO. If Jobs were still with us, his ideal role today might be that of an éminence grise, muse and partner to Jony Ive in the design of new products, and of course public presenter extraordinaire. Chairman of the board, with Cook as CEO, running the company much as he actually is today.
Nobody should be questioning Tim Cook's competence as CEO of Apple anymore.