Apple Web remembers Steve Jobs on the first anniversary of his death
Today marks one year since the death of Steve Jobs from Cupertino have wanted to pay a tribute through the official Apple Web: To do this, after being closed for a couple of hours early on Friday, the Web has become with a video embedded in your home page, where we see pictures of the founder of the company at various stages of his life.
The video is narrated by Jobs himself, but it is no longer specifically prepared well before his death: They have taken different fragments of speeches and presentations made while he served as leader of the bitten apple.
In addition, the video below has published a letter written by the current Apple CEO Tim Cook, which emphasizes the contribution of Steve Jobs to the world:
“One of the greatest gifts that gave the world Steve is Apple. No company has ever achieved such inspire such creativity and high standard for itself. Our values come from Steve and his spirit will forever be the foundation of Apple. We share a great privilege and responsibility to carry that legacy into the future. “
Then, Cook is convinced to be continuing the legacy of Jobs once took the reins of Apple, said:
“I am incredibly proud of what we do, delivering products that our customers love and dreaming of other excited them in this way. It is a wonderful tribute to the memory of Steve represented. “
How about this way of paying tribute to Jobs? Come on, that’s what we have to reach kids on the block, because the other would have been out a special edition Anniversary logo, in the style of a Doodle, although there could reach out a complaint from Mountain View …
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