No Apple, Or Jobs, at CES
After a published report Thursday stated both that Apple would appear at next year's International CES and that Steve Jobs may even deliver a keynote address, the Consumer Electronics Association confirmed that Apple will not be at the show.
CEA senior vice president Jason Oxman told Macworld.com Thursday that Apple is not signed up as an exhibitor at CES. He added that while CEA has invited Jobs to speak at the event, he has not yet replied to the invitation. Apple remains a dues-paying member of CEA.
Jobs is scheduled to be inducted into the CE Hall of Fame this fall.