I Never Used an Apple Product, I Still Mourn Steve’s Death, Here’s why

28 thoughts on “I Never Used an Apple Product, I Still Mourn Steve’s Death, Here’s why”

  1. An amazing post and beautiful tribute to a truly amazing guy. He really has made a difference in his life and will always be remembered for it.

    Was deeply saddened to hear about his death this morning. My niece is a huge fan and was gutted about him stepping down from apple. She is only 13 and even she raves about him.

    R.I.P his legacy will always live on.

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  2. Yes, his vision has changed the world in which we live in. His simple understanding of a problem and applying simple solutions to improve make him a legend. It is a shame he has to go so soon and at a young age. But you are right, his work will continue and no doubt will inspire the next ‘Steve Jobs’ to change the world once again.

    Good post

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  3. Like you, I don’t own any apple products but I did realize how apple products change the computer industry. Its like apple is the teacher and all the other students are just the students.

    PS: I just want to add that tablet devices have been invented around 80’s, I think ,but it didn’t pursue because people was reluctant. Steve Jobs relive the idea of tablets devices.

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  4. I remember the moment of reading about Steve Jobs death vividly; it was as if a father-figure died. Almost cried.

    I’ve followed Steve Jobs chronology since knowing that following one’s passion is the only true way to live a life worth living.

    Beautiful post. We are brothers in mourning…

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    1. Thanks for your comment. I’ve followed most of his keynotes whenever an Apple product was released. He was amazingly talented, incredibly creative and vividly inspiring.

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  5. “I like Apple products but I have never used one…But I still mourn the death of Steve Jobs. Simply because he was an inspiration.” ~ I completely agree with you. I don’t own any Apple products, but I think that his passing is such a loss…he was a true inspiration to so many people, not just techies.

    Lovely post!

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