The Times has reignited the debate around the eventual successor to Steve Jobs, suggesting that it might be the company's UK-born design chief, Jonathan Ive.
In an article drawing purely on speculation the newspaper suggests that Ive is the best candidate to succeed Jobs, Apple's co-founder and chief executive. In Ive's favour, a design portfolio that includes four generations of the iMac, the iPod and the iPhone. And he is not a dull American businessman, unlike current Apple number two, Tom Cook. read more