Jobs will be back to work in June

After more than three months into a sick leave from Apple, its CEO Steve Jobs remains closely involved in key aspects of running the company, the Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday.

Jobs has continued to work on the company's most important strategies and products from home, the newspaper said in a story on its website, while COO Tim Cook runs the day-to-day operations.

He regularly reviews products and product plans, and was particularly involved in the user interface of the new iPhone operating system that Apple unveiled last month, the Journal said.

Jobs, an Apple co-founder who is considered the company's creative leader, is also involved in the development of future projects, the paper said.

Jobs, 54, who was treated in 2004 for a rare form of pancreatic cancer, took a medical leave in early January, saying he would return in June and would remain involved in 'major strategic decisions while I am out.'

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