Bill Gates And Steve Jobs
October 6, 2011 by staff
Bill Gates And Steve Jobs, Steve Jobs is dead. Bill Gates, the closest work that may have once had a “professional enemies” in the middle of year again, again, new partnerships between Apple and Microsoft, spoke eloquently: “Melinda and I offer our sincere Steve Jobs condolences to family & friends. The world rarely seen someone who made a deep impact.For that we are fortunate to work with Steve, has been an honor incredibly bright. I will miss you very much Steve “.. .
While most contemporary of Steve Jobs technology industry have not yet had the opportunity to speak formally on the matter of his death in minutes after Apple made the announcement that his co-founder has died, users of its products from around the world have rushed to Twitter to express their thoughts and condolences. That includes some users who are very well known in areas of society have nothing to do with the technology industry. LeBron James (yes, that LeBron James) took his Twitter account to provide “RIP Steve Jobs. In a way, it certainly left their mark on this world to be living innovations and last forever!” Vinny Guadagnino Jersey Shore suggested that “Everyone gets an iPhone in the air once” …
Wil Wheaton, a professed fan of himself no stranger to the Apple community, you may have nailed it: “iRip, Steve Jobs. Thank you for doing amazing things, so we can live in the future.” Sinbad, Macworld Keynote Apple Expo took after the event, shared “I just found out about Steve Jobs’ death. He was a true artist, a pioneer, innovator and fearless.There there are others. RIP. thanks.”
What is remarkable today is that Apple just had a press event yesterday. Each member of the executive team at Apple, who took the stage yesterday that they have the knowledge that Jobs was within days of death. Maybe not even explain why the company was doing things as strange as the delay of the new iPhone is expected for a replacement, but can still be that things were chaotic scenes after the company tried to function into something resembling a normal capacity, while around the fact that their leader was dying. Not yesterday, not Cook, Schiller does not, we’ve all been on board more than a decade, gave the slightest allusion to what was coming.
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