Steve Jobs: A Revolutionary Passes (1955 – 2011)

According to Apple’s website, Steve Jobs (Apple’s cofounder) has passed away at the age of 56. Since the creation of Apple in 1976, Steve Jobs has been more than just a visionary, he literally revolutionized the world of technology. From the computer to the mobile phone industry, Steve Jobs and Apple were successful in all of their major endeavors and it’s safe to say that without Steve Jobs leading Apple, the company wouldn’t nearly be as successful as it is today.

However, Steve Jobs was more than just his achievements, he was one of the few people who could actually look at things and comprehend them before anyone else could even fathom the idea. For example, iCloud – Steve Jobs was talking about his own personal “iCloud setup” 14 years ago at WWDC 1997.

Steve Jobs was also one of the most inspiring people to ever walk the face of the planet. His amazing speech at Stanford University in 2005 is embedded below as well as a video of highlights from WWDC 2010:

Steve Jobs said, “I want to put a ding in the universe” – he certainly accomplished his dream and then some. He will truly be missed, and our heartfelt prayers and best wishes at BestTechInfo go out to Steve’s family and loved-ones!

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  • Utkarsh Chheda

    y no new news news BTI??

  • Oe8903

    It is a very inspirational speech. I always loved what Steve Jobs did. He is an amazing person. :’)

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  • SuperRm000

    ifeel so bad for jobs rip wow #isad

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  • Metalcabana

    R.I.P We’ll miss you forever.

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  • Jonex_wafu

    RIP sir …

  • Josue Cardoso

    RIP steve

  • Googlebum

    How sad is this news :) He was obviously dissapointed in Tim Cooks iphone 4s! how revolutionary Tim.

    • Tanner Marsh

      That’s actually pretty rude to be honest…