Apple is commemorating the tenth anniversary of Steve Jobs’ passing with a specially designed homepage on 

The homepage shows snippets from the Apple co-founder’s time at Apple and a dedicated video of the highlights of his life, including the launch of the iPod and the iPhone for the first time.

The biggest technology giant in the world, Apple has had a rich legacy of innovations which were all majorly spearheaded by Steve Jobs. Together with Steve Wozniak, Jobs founded Apple in 1976 and came out with the Apple I as the company’s first-ever product. Since then, a series of gadgets by the company has taken the world by storm time and again. Steve Jobs had an irreplaceable role in this journey, and anyone who has been acquainted with Apple knows it.

Commemorating the tenth year of the genius’ passing, Apple has created a tribute page for Jobs on its website with a video with certain highlights from the co-founder’s career. 

In the note, the family wrote about what Jobs taught them. “For all of Steve’s gifts, it was his power as a teacher that has endured. He taught us to be open to the beauty of the world, to be curious around new ideas, to see around the next corner, and most of all to stay humble in our own beginner’s mind.”  Read all the condolences below on apple’s page –

Steve Jobs is easily one of the most popular technology icons there ever have been, and his stint at Apple will always be a glorious reminder of that. With a success story full of ups and downs and the determination to keep on his pursuit of excellence and innovation, Steve Jobs will be celebrated “today and always,” as rightly put by the current Apple CEO Tim Cook in a tweet.

Starting with Mac computers, Jobs began the turnaround and with iPod in 2001, the cult of Apple started to manifest. By the time the iPhone was launched in 2007, Apple and Jobs had changed the world forever. The cult of Jobs kept on growing with the launch of the iPad in 2010. His death in 2011 was mourned by millions across the world because of the impact he had on Apple and the tech industry in general.

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