Apple Remembers Steve Jobs One Year After His Passing

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Apple.com this morning has a video memorial to co-founder Steve Jobs on the one year anniversary of his death.

The video, which runs about two minutes, is made up of sound bites from Jobs with black and white still images of him through the years.

After the video plays, a letter from Apple CEO Tim Cook appears. The letter says that one of Jobs’ greatest gifts to the world was Apple and that its employees’ share the great privilege and responsibility to carry his legacy into the future.

While Apple has faced some bumps in its introduction of features on its new iPhone 5 within the past weeks, sales have broken records. Its stock opened this morning around $665 per share.

Photo courtesy of Reuters

This post was edited to correct grammar and spelling errors.

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One thought on “Apple Remembers Steve Jobs One Year After His Passing

  1. Marjorie Horton

    Your third paragraph has three errors; two involve punctuation and one involves spelling.

    1) The possessive form, used with Jobs, requires a comma after the subject, so it should be ‘Jobs’greatest gifts’.
    2) When using the pronoun ‘it’, the possessive form does not use a comma, to distinguish this form from the contraction for ‘it is’ which is ‘it’s’. So the proper form for your usage is ‘its employees’, not ‘it’s employees’.
    3) The correct spelling for a legacy being carried into the future is ‘into’, not ‘in to’. I find it disappointing and shocking that a national newspaper of the Courant’s standing does not have writers and editors with the most basic grammatical and spelling skills. Thank you for considering this feedback.

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