After months of uncertainty about Steve Jobs’s health, the Apple Inc. chief executive appears on track to return from medical leave this month, reports the Wall Street Journal, citing people familiar with Apple. The big question now among Apple’s business partners, investors, and fans: Will Jobs make his reappearance at Apple’s annual software developers’ conference next week in San Francisco, possibly to unveil a new iPhone? Jobs, a survivor of pancreatic cancer, went on medical leave in January. He had earlier exhibited significant weight loss, and cited a nutritional problem related to a hormone imbalance. The unexpected departure, and the few details about Jobs’s ailment, left some investors worried about whether he would return. Since then, Apple hasn’t provided any updates on Jobs’s health. But two people who do business with Apple said senior Apple managers have told them the company is now trying to coordinate Jobs’s return with a product launch or public event. "We look forward to Steve returning to Apple at the end of June," Apple spokesman Steve Dowling said June 4, reiterating the company’s previous statements…

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