According to Gizmodo’s source:
Steves health is rapidly declining. Apple is choosing to remove the hype factor strategically vs letting the hype destroy apple when the inevitable news comes later this spring.
This strategic loss will be less of a bang with investors. This is why Macworld is a no-go anymore. No more Steve means no more hype. Saying they are no longer needing [Macworld] is the cover designed by the worldwide “loyalty” department.
Apparently, this source has always been 100% right in the past, which leads us to think that it might be right again.
Gizmodo argues that Jobs’ health is nobody’s business but I completely disagree with that. Jobs’ health is pretty much everybody’s business, especially Apple‘s investors. However, I do agree with Jesus Diaz when he says that “we believe that there’s a line between saying “no-comment” and plainly misleading—once again—the public.”, talking about how Apple is lying to the public about Jobs’ health.