Getting Some Answers From Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs is well known for occasionally responding to emails from consumers. But the Apple (AAPL) CEO has been unusually prolific with his emails lately, answering at least six queries, according to various reports.

Earlier this month, a user who asked whether the iPad can be tethered to the iPhone to get a 3G connection was told by Mr. Jobs, “No”

Then a UK consumer got a response to a question last weekend about whether the iPad will support Google’s (GOOG) Picasa library format. Mr. Jobs’s answer: No, but iPhoto on the Mac has much better features.

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