- Apple co-founder Steve Jobs died of cancer on October 5, 2011
- The tech giant dedicates its Apple Store homepage to Jobs
- It includes a short video that shows pictures and footage of the late co-founder.
- Apple only did this for the second time since Jobs died 10 years ago
Apple is remembering its late co-founder Steve Jobs with a heartfelt homepage takeover on the 10th anniversary of his death.
tech giants Website Properties A video showing snapshots of Jobs’ life, footage of him presenting the iPhone in 2007, and other moments in his career.
The site also includes a statement from his family that remembers the innovator as a teacher who taught us to be open to the beauty of the world, curious about new ideas, look around the next corner, and most of all, be humble. . In our early minds.’
Jobs died on October 5, 2011, at the age of 56, after an eight-year battle with pancreatic cancer.
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Apple is remembering its late co-founder Steve Jobs on the 10th anniversary of his death with a heartfelt homepage takeover
CEO Tim Cook, who replaced Jobs in August 2011, shared a video of his Twitter Account, with a quote from the late co-founder.
‘People with passion can change the world for the better.’ –SJ. Hard to believe it’s been 10 years. Celebrating you today and always,’ Cook wrote.
The homepage of Apple’s website switched to a full-page image after Jobs’ death, which included the text, ‘Steve Jobs 1955–2011.’
Clicking on the image revealed additional text: ‘Apple has lost a visionary and creative genius, and the world has lost a wonderful human being.
The site also includes a statement from his family that remembers the innovator as a teacher who taught us to be open to the beauty of the world, curious about new ideas, look around the next corner, and most of all, be humble. . in our early minds’
CEO Tim Cook, who replaced Jobs in August 2011, shared the video on his Twitter account with a quote from the late co-founder.
‘Those of us who have been fortunate enough to work with and know Steve have lost a dear friend and an inspiring mentor.
‘Steve has left a company that only he could have built, and his soul will forever be the foundation of Apple.’
On Tuesday, the tech giant shared a video spanning more than two minutes, with statements from Jobs talking about the first Apple computer, which he said is ‘the most remarkable device ever. [Apple] ever came along.
Jobs continues to explain that his innovations were created not only to be creative, but to help make the world a more productive one.
The video opens with an image of youth jobs (pictured)
On Tuesday, the tech giant shared a video spanning more than two minutes, talking about Jobs’ first Apple computer, which he said was ‘the most remarkable we took. [Apple] ever came along
Jobs co-founded Apple in 1976 with Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne.
All three originally sold computer kits, which led to the first product being known as the Apple I.
From there, the team built other computers, each more advanced than the previous versions, and in 1984 they introduced the Macintosh.
In 1998, Cook joined Apple Corporate Materials for Compaq. That’s when Jobs invited him to take on the role of Senior Vice President of Worldwide Operations – at a time when the company was on the verge of bankruptcy.
Jobs introduced the iPod in 2011. He told the world there are hundreds of songs on a pocket-sized device
Jobs died on 5 October 2011 at the age of 56 after an eight-year battle with pancreatic cancer.
To convince Cook to join the board, Jobs tells him about a new product that will surely rock the computer world – the iconic iMac G3.
The computer featured a bulbous, colorful design that launched shortly after Cook’s debut at Apple and helped the firm become the technological powerhouse it is today.
Jobs died of pancreatic cancer in 2011, but Cook has said several times that he thinks of the late founder every day.
Cook shared the sad news of Jobs’ death in an email to employees shortly after his passing.
‘I have a very sad news to share with you all. Steve passed away earlier today,’ Cook wrote in 2011.
No words can adequately express our grief over Steve’s death or our gratitude for the opportunity to work with him. We will honor his memory by dedicating ourselves to continuing the work he loved so much.
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The company’s journey to the pinnacle of the technology industry has been a rocky one, when Jobs (pictured at right in 1976) left the firm in the mid-1980s after his pet project, the first Macintosh computer, struggled, and he then decided to quit. Tried Chief Executive John Scully. Wozniak is pictured at left
1976: Founders Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne formed the company on April 1, 1976, when they began selling computer kits to hobbyists, each of which was manufactured by Wozniak.
The first product was the Apple I.
1977Apple: In June, Apple released the Apple II, the first PC designed for the mass market.
1981: Jobs became chairman.
1984The Macintosh was introduced during an advertising break for the Super Bowl and was later officially unveiled during a launch event. A year later it was closed and Jobs left the firm.
1987Apple releases the Macintosh II, the first color Mac.
1997Apple announced that it will acquire NeXT Software in a $400 million deal that includes Jobs’ return to Apple as interim CEO. He officially landed the role in 2000.
2001Apple introduced iTunes, OS X, and the first generation iPod.
The first iPod MP3 music player was released on 23 October 2001 at an event in Cupertino and was capable of holding up to 1,000 songs.
Steve Jobs unveiled Apple Computer Corporation’s new Macintosh on February 6, 1984 in California.
The then CEO of Apple, Steve Jobs, with the iPhone
2007Apple unveiled the iPhone.
2010: The first iPad was…