By Radar Staff
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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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