Steve Jobs, who made your simple mobile touch screen and music reach your pocket, said goodbye to the world on this day in 2011. Stevie Jobs, who was the CEO of Apple, was suffering from cancer. He is credited with creating the iPod, iPhone, iPad and Macintosh or Mac computers.
Ten years ago today, Steve Jobs passed away from pancreatic cancer at the age of 56, one day after Apple executives introduced the iPhone 4s at a media event on the company’s Infinite Loop headquarters campus.
In the days following his passing, Apple started posting comments from fans on its “Remembering Steve” webpage. Apple continues to maintain the page highlighting a few of the over one million submissions from people around the world who “shared their memories, thoughts, and feelings about Steve.”
The company marked the first anniversary of his passing with a photo and audio slideshow on its website, and on this day Tim Cook traditionally shares words of remembrance with Apple staff and on social media.
Were obsessive since childhood
Jobs had a passion for making computers since his teens. He dropped out of college due to lack of interest in studies. During this time, due to lack of money, he would collect empty cans of coke, sell them and buy food from them. Sometimes he used to eat food in temples.
Jobs came to India to meet Karauli Baba
To understand life, Steve Jobs came to India in search of Neem Karoli Baba, but Baba passed away before his arrival. While living in India, he realized that the western people walk on the basis of logic, while the simple people of India follow the inner voice.
Computer was made in young age
Jobs, along with his friend Steve Wozniak, made the Macintosh computer at a young age and set up a company. During this time he became friends with Bill Gates, which later turned into a fierce competition. Accustomed to finding the ultimate beauty in everything, Jobs disliked as many people as he liked, but even those who disliked him always said that Jobs was a genius.