Steve Jobs passed away at the age of 56

What will be the future of Apple, Inc. without Steve Jobs as the creative genius behind the success of everyone’s favorite iPod, iPhone and Macs?

Steve Jobs peacefully passed away at the age of 56, due to a rare form pancreatic cancer.

One time, when I was inside the classroom, I heard a classmate wondering if Steve Jobs is gone. I didn’t believe that at first, thinking that it is only some prediction. Well, as soon as I went back to where I’m based, I looked at the Internet, and since I’m a Mac user, it is natural that the Apple website will appear. As soon as the website appeared, a picture of Steve Jobs was there, and two years. True, that is. He’s gone.

Everyone has lost a creative genius, an idol that everyone really admired for his good works in Apple as the CEO. That’s right. He was a really inspiring dude who, although didn’t have hardware or software training, did everything to please everyone with all those innovations.

He is everyone’s loss, actually. Even those who do not own a Mac, or at least own an iPod is mourning and sending condolences to his friends, family and of course, those who knew him very well.

He’s not only the founder and CEO of Apple, Inc., but he also co-founded Pixar.

Who is/was he, anyway?

Steve Jobs is born in of course, in the United States, but he is half-Syrian. He doesn’t actually talk about his personal life that much, but he was given up for adoption and he didn’t recognized his daughter (who was born out of wedlock) Lisa until the right time came. According to gma.yahoo.com (Good Morning America @ Yahoo.com), he is energetic and lively until he was diagnosed of pancreatic cancer.

Like Bill Gates, he didn’t finish college. He even delivered his speech about his experience when he dropped out from college.

He was the greatest reinventor, but truth is, he’ll always be recalled as an innovator.

He is one of the most famous people I knew who died this year, 2011.

Apple after Jobs’ passing

What would be the future of Apple without the physical presence of Jobs?

His legacy will still remain embedded in Apple. The iPhone 4S was the last gift that he gave to Apple fans. Hmm… that new cool thing is like, a sign that he’ll be gone soon. Well, I’ll talk about, “The Greatest Signs before Loss.”

Of course, those who work in Apple will never fail him. Everyone trusts them, although there would be no cool guy who’ll guide them. It’ll take time for them to move on from his passing, alright.

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Posted on October 6, 2011, in Apple Stuff, Continental Talks, Everything Technological, Good Ol' Memories, North America, States and Nations of the World, United States of America and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

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