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A year ago the world lost a force of nature in technology. Steve Jobs’ willpower, creative vision and business instincts disrupted no less than 9 different industries and inspired us all to try and achieve insanely great things.
In his honor the guys at Uncover, crafted three Retina MacBook Pros, based on the design by Hong Kong-based artist Jonathan Mak.
Apple has posted a video of a tribute to Steven P. Jobs, the company’s co-founder, that took place last week at the Apple campus in Cupertino, California. (The video must be viewed in the Safari Web browser.)
The event, which lasted about 90 minutes, was held to commemorate Mr. Jobs, who died this month after battling pancreatic cancer.
Our friends at iCarbons released a limited edition ‘Steve Jobs tribute’ carbon fiber skin for the iPhone4 and iPhone 4S. The skin is available for $24.95 at the official website ( 100% of profits going to Cancer Research )
NOTE: ALL ORDERS FOR THE iPHONE 4S ARE CONSIDERED PRE-ORDER AND WILL SHIP AFTER – FRIDAY 10/14/11
A couple of days ago, Apple posted the full video of their celebration of Steve Jobs’ life. The event, which lasted about 90 minutes, was held to commemorate Mr. Jobs, who died this month after battling pancreatic cancer.
You can watch the full video here. If you don’t have 90 minutes to spare, we strongly encourage you to watch Jony Ive’s, Senior Vice President of Industrial Design at Apple Inc. , speech which is embedded above.
Thank you Steve…
What do you do with salt, dexterity and a little bit of time? You pay an amazing tribute to Steve Jobs. Check out the video after the jump…
There’s never been a CEO this good for this long… ey yo Cupertino, stand up!
The team at Übermind, did an amazing job drawing this tribute portrait of Steve Jobs on their whiteboard. According to them,’Übermind wouldn’t be here today if it wasn’t for Steve and Apple’. Who or what is Übermind? Check out their Facebook page…
Check out the video after the break…
CNBC ranked today the most influential business and financial leaders from the past 25 years. The list was compiled in order to commemorate CNBC’s launch in 1989, and topping the list on the first place is Apple’s Steve Jobs.
His creative genius revolutionized not just his industry and its products, but also everything from music and movies to smartphones. He provided a platform for others to create and distribute apps, bringing innovation and change to an even wider sphere. Apple’s co-founder tops our anniversary list of the 25 most transformative leaders, icons and rebels of the past-quarter century. More than any other member of our group of extraordinary entrepreneurs and executives—all outstanding leaders—his vision spurred changes far beyond his industry and put an indelible stamp on the wider culture.
Steve Jobs died in 2011 at the age of 56 after a lifetime of innovating technology and revolutionizing the way we live our day-to-day lives. Rememberum presents a tribute of his life, a place where you can learn more about the man who created Apple and helped change our world.
Check out the page here…