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shandyman5
I know some of you were pro-Apple and others were anti-Apple, but there is no denying we lost a true innovator for the tech world. RIP Steve Jobs, I am sure your legacy will always be remembered and you will always be remembered as the man who saved and created Apple.


Ephdethulias
At first I thought it was some sort of hoax when I saw the news spreading around in Facebook but after I saw Apple's homepage it struck me. RIP Steve Jobs.
shandyman5
QUOTE(Ephdethulias @ Oct 5 2011, 08:05 PM) *
At first I thought it was some sort of hoax when I saw the news spreading around in Facebook but after I saw Apple's homepage it struck me. RIP Steve Jobs.


LOL we must have started these at the same exact second... moving into one thread.
Razor
My god, this is like the end of American History X. Right when I start seeing the light and giving credit where it's due, this happens. sad.gif

I was offered the chance yesterday to use a friend's company iPhone 4S for two weeks starting October 14th because he wants me to see what actually using one day-to-day is like, and I accepted his offer.

All day today I was thinking about how Apple was the driving force behind my getting into the technology world that is now my life... and then this happens.

This is really too sad for words, even if it was known to be coming.

I'm going to go code.
dukenukem
RIP Steve. For all that is wrong with Apple's business tactics, there is no denying the fact that they put out more top notch and innovative products than any other company in the industry.
Also, we can't forget about Pixar and all the help Steve provided to make sure it was a success.

I am posting this from my still functioning 6 yr old Mac Powerbook.
Seethegrim
Very sad. sad.gif I certainly hope that the innovations at Apple continue after Steve's departure. His legacy will be one never forgotten.
speedyK
Steve Jobs didn't do anything as mundane as give the people what they want.

He had the vision to offer something that they hadn't even dreamed of...

and they bought it.


And that was the mark of his greatness thumbs_up.gif
harrypotter7
Steve Jobs:- Steven Paul "Steve" Jobs was an American Pioneer of the Personal Computer Revolution of the 1970's. He was Born on February 24, 1955 in San Francisco, California, United States and Died on October 5, 2011 in Palo Alto, California, United States.


Her Spouse was Laurene Powell ( M. 1991 - 2011 ) and Children were Lisa Brennan - Jobs, Erin Siena Jobs, Eve Jobs & Reed Jobs. His Parents were Abdulfattah John Jandali, Joanne Carole Schieble, Paul Jobs & Clara Jobs.
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