Our Apple-loving pals over at CNBC have confirmed that Steve Jobs, who was away from work due to health complications, is now back working at the Cupertino company. There's been a few employees who have seen Jobs around the campus, and although there's yet to be an official announcement by Apple, this is the next best thing.
Jobs has been facing health complications recently, and it was even reported that he had had a liver transplant; he has been sick for a while due to pancreatic cancer, and he stepped down from his position at Apple earlier this year (letting Tim Cook take the reigns), but he did announce that he'd be back at the end of June. This fact seems to fit in nicely with the reports of him returning. There's the question though... is he really back? Perhaps he could just be there for the day, but we'll certainly find out soon enough when Apple employees report back tomorrow. If the liver transplant news is correct, that means it's been two months since the operation; an impressive recovery if he really is back at work in Cupertino.
People have speculated that Apple will make a new product announce to mark the return of Jobs, be it in the form of a new tablet device or something completely different... or even nothing at all. Either way, Apple fans will be happy about the news, and life shall return to how it was at Cupertino.