“That’s been one of my mantras — focus and simplicity. Simple can be harder than complex: You have to work hard to get your thinking clean to make it simple. But it’s worth it in the end because once you get there, you can move mountains.”—Steve Jobs
A visionary. An innovator. A college drop out. The founder of an iconic company–Apple. The corporate titan, who made technology not only accessible, but also innovative and great fun. A competitor to scores of tech luminaries across the globe. Inspiration to millions of people worldwide. Multi-facets of one personality—Steve Jobs, the gizmo God.
October 5, 2011–a sad day for millions of Apple fans, geeks and gearheads across the world as one of the greatest technology pioneers and American CEOs of his generation, Steve Jobs finally resigned to death after a seven-year long battle against pancreatic cancer at the age of 56.
This tech talisman brought about a shift of technology from garages to our pockets, and transformed our mobile devices to what we call as ‘entertainment devices’ in the form of iPhones, iPads, iPods etc.
Steve Jobs, a man with extraordinary vision, who could comprehend much before anybody else how the consumers, you & me, would live our lives through devices is likely to set another record even after his death.
As per some of the leading social media analysts, the death of Steve Jobs, the tech giant who transformed computers and culture, is the most talked about Internet event of all times that has ushered an unbelievable outpouring of grief, which is most likely to hammer all previous online records. Hits touching the count of 10,000 tweets per second—Incredible!
The man behind multiple computing revolutions has bid ‘Good bye’ to all of us. The world has lost a visionary and tech stylemaker.
We salute this iconic innovator and mourn his death. He stays and will continue to rule the hearts of generations to come.
May God rest his soul in peace!