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2012

A year ago today, former Apple CEO Steve Jobs passed away. He was visionary, revolutionary, transformative, innovative, pioneering and will forever live in our hearts. To commemorate Steve, Apple has posted a video alongside a message from the current CEO, Tim Cook.

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2012

On Saturday, the Cupertino Chamber of Commerce posthumously honored Steve Jobs with President’s Award, in recognition of outstanding community service and exceptional leadership.

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2011

 

TIME announced its Person of the Year this morning, as well as the cover of the magazine’s print edition. Even if most of us expected to see Steve Jobs on the cover, the 2011 honors go to “The Protester”.

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2011

As I’m sure most of you know, Steve Jobs died from complications related to pancreatic cancer. What you may not know is that you don’t have to be the CEO of the worlds biggest tech company to have the disease. In fact many people die every year from it. If you can take anything good from Steve’s death, it’s that with it, he brought pancreatic cancer to the forefront of people’s thoughts.

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2011

Visionary, revolutionary, transformative, innovative, pioneering — some of the many words used to describe the incredible life and career of Steve Jobs. Jump over the break to see what other influential people have to say about Steve Jobs…

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2011

We just got some very, very sad news. Steve Jobs has passed away. As confirmed on Apple’s site, Mr. Jobs has passed away at the age of 56 after recently stepping down from the position of CEO and naming Tim Cook his successor.

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2011

Back in February 2010, we rumored that Steve Jobs – the man, the myth, the legend – is finally getting an official biography.

The book, iSteve: The Book of Jobs, is being penned by Walter Isaacson, famed biographer and the former CEO of CNN and managing editor of Time. While very little is known about the contents of the book, Isaacson did manage to obtain unprecedented access to Apple, Steve Jobs and even Jobs’ family. Simon & Schuster will publish and distribute the book.

This will be Isaacson’s fourth biography, following Kissinger: A BiographyBenjamin Franklin: An American LifeEinstein: His Life and Universe

[via Mashable]

2015

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Since the beginning, Apple has been pretty much consistent when it comes to the company’s website. Basic layout, navbar, latest product up and center and a few other new products along the bottom of the page. Probably the most memorable Apple.com homepage is, sadly, the Steve Jobs tribute from back in 2011.

Above you can check out the earliest known Apple homepage, reportedly from 1993 or early ’94. And if you want to take a trip down the memory lane, you can check out 15 years of Apple.com

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2014

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Since the beginning, Apple has been pretty much consistent when it comes to the company’s website. Basic layout, navbar, latest product up and center and a few other new products along the bottom of the page. Probably the most memorable Apple.com homepage is, sadly, the Steve Jobs tribute from back in 2011. But do you remember how Apple.com used to look like back in 1997?

Jump over the break to take a journey back in time, and check out Apple.com as it was from 1997 to 2012….

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