Apple is still struggling to find its feet after the death of Steve Jobs, writes Adam Lashinsky. CEO Tim Cook has delivered on many fronts, Lashinsky argues, but Jobs' absence has been keenly felt in Apple's product-development and product-marketing divisions. "Previously Apple did some of its best work with its back against the wall. The fear is that Apple's best won't be good enough," Lashinsky writes.
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