Apple’s Tim Cook shares moving video on 10th anniversary of Steve Jobs death
Apple CEO Tim Cook remembered co-founder and tech legend Steve Jobs on 10e anniversary of his death on October 5 through a moving video and personal statement, honoring his works and legacy as a former CEO of Apple.
The short video was shared by Tim Cook on his personal social media accounts and also on the official Apple homepage in memory of the late Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs who died on October 5, 2011 afterwards. having battled pancreatic cancer.
The short video features several snippets and photos of Steve Jobs while playing some of his most iconic quotes and speeches in the background. The video also contained clips of Jobs launching the first Apple Macintosh computer and Apple’s iPhone, which changed the fate of the company.
By uploading the short Steve Jobs memorial to Twitter, Tim Cook accompanied it with the caption – “Passionate people can change the world for the better.” – SJ. Hard to believe it’s been 10 years. Celebrate you today and always.
“Passionate people can change the world for the better. – SJ. Hard to believe it’s been 10 years. Celebrate you today and always. pic.twitter.com/x2IUnlO7ta
– Tim Cook (@tim_cook) October 5, 2021
Apple also commemorated the 10e anniversary of the death of former CEO Steve Jobs, with a specially designed homepage on their official website, featuring clips of his works and sharing a video highlighting the memorable moments in his life.
A clip from the video also shares a few words about his family’s Jobs, which reads: “For all of Steve’s gifts, it is his power as a teacher that has endured. He taught us to be open to the beauty of the world, to be curious about new ideas, to see the next turn and most of all to stay humble in our own beginner’s mind.
His family’s statement reads further: “There is not enough memory for what is in our hearts; we miss him deeply.” We were lucky to have him as a husband and father.