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Steve jobs is dead!

Steve JobsSteven Paul Jobs (February 24,  1955 – October 5, 2011) 56 year-old, co-founder, chairman and chief executive officer of Apple Inc., died today because of pancreatic cancer.  He left his wife, four children, and two sisters. He passed away a day after the introduction of iPhone 4s.

Steve jobs has contributed a lot to our technology and made our world a better place. It’s so sad to think that he is already gone. And this is a great loss in the technology community. Admit it that he was an icon who changed the way we interact with technology even if you love him or hate him.

This is a sad day especially that I just bought an Apple product and I’m already loving it. I was surfing the Internet and I’m shocked with this news. My first Apple product will be really memorable for me and will always remind me the death of Steve Jobs.

Rest in Peace Steven Paul Jobs. You will never be forgotten. Apple has dedicated a page for Steve jobs that seems to be an epitome.

So what are the things that you will never forget about Steve Jobs?

The Hype Heightens for Iphone 5’s October 4 Official Launch

iPhone 5Finally, the long wait for the most anticipated event ends. Mark your calendars for October 4, because Apple will launch iPhone 5. I’m also waiting for this and I’m really excited to see what will the iPhone 5 exactly look like and its features. Are the rumors about the iPhone 5 really true?
A couple of days ago, September 27, to be exact, the media has received invitations from Apple for introducing iPhone 5 in Cupertino campus in California. The invitation was titled “Let’s Talk iPhone”. Tim Cook, the new CEO of Apple will host the event at 10:00am. The invitation looks like in the above picture.
The first icon is a calendar which represents the date of the event on 4th October. The second icon shows a clock reading 10:00am and this is the time that the presentation will start. The third icon shows the location of the event which is located in Cupertino Campus. The 4thicon is a missed call icon. Indeed, Apple’s invitation for the event has its own curious little clues. It bears four icons, three of which expresses their importance clearly. But the fourth one is somehow a mystery.