Everyone and his mother knows Apple's iPhone 5 is around the corner. The much-anticipated next iteration of Apple's most successful device ever comes with plenty of questions surrounding it, especially in the post-Jobs era. Do Tim Cook and his team of long-time lieutenants have what it takes to continue to innovate, as the company did with Steve Jobs at the helm? Or will Apple lose the magic that helped propel it to become the largest publicly traded company in the world? Our tech editor weighs in on exactly what's at stake for Apple's upcoming latest and greatest.
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