As soon as he took the stage, Apple’s boss noticed someone dear to him in the audience.

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Apple’s chief walked on San Francisco’s Moscone West stage yesterday to a noisy applause. Check out journalists and developers in the audience snapping the charismatic CEO using their iPhones and iPads.

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