After introducing the 12 and 17-inch PowerBooks at San Francisco’s Macworld Expo last year, Apple CEO Steve Jobs declared 2003 the “Year of the Notebook.” At the Morgan Stanley Semiconductor and Systems conference earlier this week, analysts asked Apple chief financial officer Fred Anderson if Apple had a new strategy for 2004. “We have no specific theme this year, except growth for the company,” Anderson said. “There are three key drivers: portable/mobility and wireless communications; the digital lifestyle; and music, iPod, iPod mini and iTunes Music Store.” He also made it clear that Apple “would like to become a US$10 billion company again.”