On October 5, 2011, the world was reached by the tragic news that Apple’s founder and former CEO Steve Jobs dies at age 56 after suffering from pancreatic cancer.
The announcement was made just a day after Apple introduced the Iphone 4S, which meant that many of us were fully occupied with writing about exciting news such as the voice-activated assistant Siri.
In an article published a year after the death MacWorld’s editorial staff at the time described how they received the message and how the paper magazine needed to be redone at the last minute to honor Steve Jobs. In the same vein, a fundraiser was also started for the Cancer Foundation and in a short time we managed to collect SEK 90,647.
In the ten years since Steve Jobs’ death, we have been able to enjoy a wide range of books, documentaries and films that reflect his life’s work and how he managed to change our lives with the help of products such as Mac, Ipod, Iphone and Ipad.
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Even people who have never owned an Apple gadget in their lives have been influenced by Steve Jobs’ work, because it is impossible to close their eyes to the fact that today’s computers were inspired by the original Macintosh computer and that today’s smart mobile phones were inspired by the Iphone.
Apple, on the other hand, has grown from a small garage company to the world’s most valuable company with a market capitalization of $ 2.3 trillion. Of course, much is the successor of successor Tim Cook, but without the legacy of Steve Jobs, it would hardly have gone as it went.
In this context, it can be mentioned that Apple has a memory page called for Remembering Steve Jobs. There, millions of people from all over the world have written comments about how Steve Jobs has affected their lives in different ways. Thus, it is highly likely that we will continue to pay attention to his day of death for a long time to come.