incrediBILL - 9:04 pm on Apr 3, 2013 (gmt 0)
Um, I think the implication was Steve Jobs was the actual Saint here and many already believe he was from the first time they laid hands on an iPhone. I've been told by the true believers that the experience is close to a religious epiphany without the accoutrements of little wafers and sip of wine.
They might as well start the beatification and canonization process (that's canonization NOT canonicalization you SEO nerds!) because he did perform miracles from the first Apple sold by managing to sell inferior hardware at superior prices and his legacy still lives on with the iTV announcement on the news today with a 60" TV going for $2500 which is easily twice the price for a comparable units sold by other vendors with wifi and apps. Instead of USB and HDMI they'll probably use Firewire for both, and it'll probably be implemented with Woz's original disk controller circuit, and have some video controller still using the original Apple II cards being recycled for SD view so it's Eco-friendly.
The Brits will likely get in a snit over iTV because ITV the name of an actual TV company in the UK which anyone that watched Space 1999 would surely know. Unless Apple has a deal in place they'll probably go the usual route take by corporations of their size and of damn the trademark and patent, full steam ahead and ask for forgiveness (massive legal settlement) later.
My full Applefornia dissertation with many extras is on iTunes for $0.99 as a podcast with full text transcription.