Tim Cook pays tribute to Apple Co-founder Steve Jobs on 9th Anniversary of his passing

Steve Jobs

Apple CEO Tim Cook has tweeted in memory of Steve Jobs, the Co-founder of Apple. Steve Jobs started the ‘Apple Computer Company’ in 1976 alongside Steve Wozniak & Ronald Wayne. The company started with the Apple I computer designed and constructed by Steve Wozniak entirely. Since then, Apple has made hundreds of new innovative products. Majority of these were designed, tested and sold under CEO and Co-founder Steve Jobs. The most significant of these was the Apple II which put Apple in direct competition with other consumer technology giants. The rest is history.

Steve Jobs is often praised for the innovations his company made in the tech industry, from “1000 songs in your pocket” iPod to the pioneer in multi-touch smartphone class, the iPhone.  Under Steve’s reign, Apple reached new heights, with its market share, valuation and customer appreciation skyrocketing year over year.

Today marks the 9th year since Steve left us & Apple forever.

Apple CEO Tim Cook wrote in a Tweet saying ” “A great soul never dies. It brings us together again and again.” — Maya Angelou. You’re always with us Steve, your memory connects and inspires us every day.

This heartfelt tweet moved millions who follow Tim Cook. Apple has also created a website dedicated to Steve Jobs named “Remembering Steve”.

We here at Appleosophy remember Steve Jobs every passing day. Appleosophy Media and its subsidiaries would cease to exist if it were not for Steve & other partners who created Apple. We thank Steve Jobs, his contributions to the modern world and will continue to do so for years to come.

“You have to be burning with an idea, or a problem, or a wrong that you want to right. If you’re not passionate enough from the start, you’ll never stick it out.” – Steve Jobs.

Hitarth Dixit
Author: Hitarth Dixit

Consumer technology enthusiast. Writer at Appleosophy.

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