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October 7: Tribute to Steve Jobs

  • October 7: Tribute to Steve Jobs

    October 7: Tribute to Steve Jobs

  • <p>An Apple staff demonstrates a new Verizon iPhone 4 at Verizon&#39;s iPhone 4 launch event in New York</p><p><b>The iPhone 4S wasn&#39;t exactly Apple&#39;s brightest moment. Yet it will probably still outshine the competition this holiday season.</b></p><p>And people seeking to commemorate the legacy of Apple&#39;s iconic co-founder Steve Jobs, who died on Wednesday, may scoop up the last iPhone to be unveiled in his lifetime.</p><p>The latest smartphone from Apple Inc landed with a thud on Tuesday, outraging fans who had hoped for a revolutionary new design after a wait of more than 15 months.</p><p><b>(Pictures by Reuters)</b></b>

    An Apple staff demonstrates a new Verizon iPhone 4 at Verizon's iPhone 4 launch event in New York

    The iPhone 4S wasn't exactly Apple's brightest moment. Yet it will probably still outshine the competition this holiday season.

    And people seeking to commemorate the legacy of Apple's iconic co-founder Steve Jobs, who died on Wednesday, may scoop up the last iPhone to be unveiled in his lifetime.

    The latest smartphone from Apple Inc landed with a thud on Tuesday, outraging fans who had hoped for a revolutionary new design after a wait of more than 15 months.

    (Pictures by Reuters)

  • <p>An Apple logo is seen after its light was switched off to mourn the death of former CEO Steve Jobs, in an Apple store in Hong Kong</p><p><b>If the death of Apple&#39;s inspirational leader means a slowdown in the company&#39;s blistering pace of innovation, it could give breathless rivals like Microsoft and Samsung a chance to catch up.</b></p><p>The extinguishing of the creative force behind the iPod, iPhone and iPad means a host of competitors -- already closing the gap in some markets -- will redouble efforts to counter the domination of Apple in consumer electronics.</p>

    An Apple logo is seen after its light was switched off to mourn the death of former CEO Steve Jobs, in an Apple store in Hong Kong

    If the death of Apple's inspirational leader means a slowdown in the company's blistering pace of innovation, it could give breathless rivals like Microsoft and Samsung a chance to catch up.

    The extinguishing of the creative force behind the iPod, iPhone and iPad means a host of competitors -- already closing the gap in some markets -- will redouble efforts to counter the domination of Apple in consumer electronics.

  • <p>Flowers in memory of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs are seen outside an Apple Store in Central Sydney</p><p><b>Outpourings of public grief and appreciation swept the globe on Thursday after the death of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.</b></p><p>Jobs, who touched the daily lives of countless millions of people through the Macintosh computer, iPod, iPhone and iPad, died on Wednesday at age 56 after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. He stepped down as Apple chief executive in August.</p>

    Flowers in memory of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs are seen outside an Apple Store in Central Sydney

    Outpourings of public grief and appreciation swept the globe on Thursday after the death of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.

    Jobs, who touched the daily lives of countless millions of people through the Macintosh computer, iPod, iPhone and iPad, died on Wednesday at age 56 after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. He stepped down as Apple chief executive in August.

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