On the first anniversary of his passing, Apple has converted the front page usually monopolized by the latest shiny gadgets to a tribute to its late co-founder and CEO. “Remembering Steve” cycles through some iconic images and moments in the tech pioneer’s life, including the memorable launches of the iMac and iPhone. It’s a touching tribute, coupled with a hopeful note from his successor, Tim Cook, who asks the rest of us to reflect on Jobs’ life, while adding that he considers the company’s current output a tribute to his “memory and everything he stood for.”
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