Tomorrow’s iPhone 4 media event marks an important transition at Apple, as it will likely be the first event led entirely by Tim Cook. Check out this video of Steve Jobs announcing the iPhone 4 in June 2010.
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Tomorrow’s iPhone media event represents an exciting time in the Apple community, and to add to the excitement surrounding the event, Reuters reports that Steve Jobs himself is even expected to be in attendance.
Before Apple and Samsung engaged in an all-out war over intellectual property and patent disputes, Steve Jobs himself tried to contact Samsung to resolve the issues outside of court, but was unsuccessful.
Fortune has just released an all-new Kindle eBook called “All About Steve: The Story of Steve Jobs and Apple from the Pages of Fortune.” The volume is comprised on 17 stories spanning 1983-2011 detailing Steve Jobs’ journey at Apple and how he revolutionized the industry.
Apple’s stock opened at over $410 this morning, up more than 2% over the weekend, and having increased more than 7% since Steve Jobs’ resignation. Apple’s market cap has also now reached $380 billion, $25 billion ahead of Exxon Mobil, firmly placing Apple as the world’s most valuable company.
Music legend Stevie Wonder made a special appearance at a Los Angeles nightclub last week, in which he ad-libbed some of his songs, played some tracks for the attendees, and thanked Apple and Steve Jobs for making their devices accessible to those with disabilities.
Exactly six years ago today, Steve Jobs stood took the stage to discontinue the iPod Mini and introduce the iPod Nano. In honor of the iPod Nano’s 6th birthday, watch Steve Jobs take the stage to introduce the “impossibly small” iPod Nano to the world.
Four years ago today marked a historic occasion within the Apple community, as Steve Jobs introduced the first iPod Touch on September 5, 2007.
Besides featuring an amazing front cover heralding Steve Jobs as an “American Genius” and changer of the world, the September 5th issue of Newsweek also contains a number of impressive features regarding Steve Jobs. One such feature is reflected in the below image.
Newsweek’s Tumblr feed reveals that the Society of Publication Designers have named this weeks Steve Jobs Newsweek cover as their cover of the day. The cover heralds Steve Jobs as an “American Genius”, and someone who “Changed the world.”
Steve Jobs’ reign as CEO of Apple brought us some of the most delightful Apple ads that the world has ever seen. Besides being a visionary and a leader, lets not forget that Jobs was also a marketing genius.
Steve Jobs was well known for his willingness to take the time to respond to emails from Apple customers, and now it appears that CEO Tim Cook is following that trend, making customer interaction a priority.
Jogger and Apple enthusiast Joseph Tame combined two of his pastimes and created a unique tribute for recently retired Apple CEO Steve Jobs. Tame took to the streets of Tokyo and equipped with Run Keeper he ran a 21km half marathon in the shape of an Apple logo.
Following Tim Cook’s appointment as the new CEO of Apple, Apple’s board awarded Cook with 1,000,000 shares of Apple stock, which he will receive after remaining the CEO of Apple for at least 10 years.
Check out Steve Jobs’ calendar now that he is retired from day to day activities at Apple. He is still pretty active but I’m not sure Tim Cook appreciates all the check ins.
Steve Jobs is a legend, we’ll all miss his incredible keynotes, but let’s celebrate them by listening to a bunch of them auto-tuned!