Today is the eleventh anniversary of Steve Jobs’ death
Today marks the 11th anniversary of the death of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
Jobs died at his home in Palo Alto, California on October 5, 2011, due to complications from a relapse of his previously treated islet cell pancreatic neuroendocrine tumor. He died with his wife, children and sisters by his side. His sister, writer Mona Simpson, described his disappearance: “Steve’s last words, hours ago, were monosyllables, repeated three times. Before embarking, he had looked at his he sister Patty, then for a long time at her children, then at his life partner, Laurene, and then over their shoulders beyond them. Steve’s last words were: ‘Oh wow. Oh well. Oh wow. ‘”He then lost consciousness and died several hours later.
Apple CEO Tim Cook on Wednesday tweeted about Steve Jobs on the anniversary of his death, writing, “Steve has shown us all, over and over, that a great idea can really change the world. Remembering it today and forever.”
Steve has shown us all, over and over again, that a great idea can truly change the world. Remembering it today and forever. pic.twitter.com/LNPBYjOiLs
– Tim Cook (@tim_cook) October 5, 2022
There are many ways to be a person, and some people express their deep appreciation in different ways, but one of the ways I believe people express their appreciation for the rest of humanity is to create something wonderful and bring it out. .
And you never meet people, you never shake their hand, you never listen to their story or tell yours, but somehow, in the act of doing something with a lot of care and love, something is transmitted there.
And it’s a way to express our deep appreciation to the rest of our species. So, we need to be true to who we are and remember what is truly important to us. This is what will keep Apple, Apple: it is if we keep us, we. – Steve Jobs
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