Tribute to Steve Jobs – the Man Who Revolutionized Technology

Tribute to Steve Jobs – the Man Who Revolutionized Technology

Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life.

These were the words said by Steve Jobs in a 2005 commencement address at Stanford University. Steve Jobs surely is a great man and Apple’s visionary and creative genius, and also the world’s amazing human being. He was not just an ordinary entrepreneur. He transformed the worlds of personal computing, revolutionized technology and changed the world entirely.

Apple in a statement said, “Steve’s brilliance, passion and energy were the source of countless innovations that enrich and improve all of our lives. The world is immeasurably better because of Steve,

Sure the world is better today, at least in the world of technology. From what we saw in the iPhone 4S announcement by Tim Cook, made us realize what a true and original individual Jobs was. Jobs had his own ways of presenting Apple products, and even managed to handle things aptly when something went wrong.

Steve Jobs Dies At 56

Apple employee Cory Moll holds an iPad with its screen showing a message in memory of Apple founder Steve Jobs

Credit: Reuters

As people across the world learn that the great icon, co-founder and former CEO of Apple, Steve Jobs is no more, and as a tribute, we at Techie Buzz would like to present some of Steve Jobs best speech moments videos –

Steve likes to say boom to insist on how fast his software can react.

Steve’s favorite expressions, including Un-be-lievable, Wouldn’t it be great, and many more…

Steve Jobs at the 1997 WWDC. This is the question that contains an insult based on a question asked by someone else about 45 minutes earlier.

Steve Jobs funniest joke was said at the D5 conference. ‘Apple is like a ship with a hole in the bottom, leaking water and my job is to get the ship pointed in the right direction’.

Steve Jobs is talking about the company at macworld expo 1997.

As he tries to show off features of the new iPhone 4, Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ Wi-Fi connection fails twice, bringing his World Wide Developers Conference keynote to an uncomfortable standstill.

Interview with Steve Jobs (1994) about the creation of the Apple Macintosh.

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