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October 5

Steve Jobs Passes Away

Day 11 - October 5 - Steve Jobs Passes Away
Decades earlier...


Jobs and Wozniak met for the first time in California in 1970

via Tech Crunch

Decades earlier...

In 1984, the
first Macintosh cost $2495

via YouTube

Decades earlier...

Steve Jobs paid $10 million for Pixar in 1986

via PIxar

Years earlier...

The first iPod, unveiled in 2001, held

1,000 Songs

via YouTube

Years earlier...

Jobs' 2005 Stanford Commencement Address lasted for 14 minutes, 12 seconds

via YouTube

Years earlier...

June 29, 2007

iPhone goes on sale in the United States

via Apple

Years earlier...

10 Billion

songs sold through iTunes in 2010

via Apple

Months earlier...


Before resigning as CEO of Apple, Steve Jobs took only 2 leaves of absence

via Apple

Months earlier...

Steve Jobs' second tenure as Apple CEO lasted

11 Years

via Apple

Months earlier...

Apple's market cap when it took the title of most valuable company in the world was

$347 Billion

via HuffPost Tech

Minutes earlier...

"Oh wow. Oh wow. Oh wow."

Steve Jobs' final words

via The New York Times

Minutes later...

Apple announces Steve's death at 4:34pm Pacific

7:34pm Eastern

via Apple

Minutes later...


2 minutes later — first prominent tweet about his death posted by @AP

via The Associated Press

Minutes later...

Over 60,000 Apple employees worldwide received an email from Tim Cook

via Apple

Minutes later...

76,000+

people shared the news of Jobs' death on Huffington Post

via HuffPost Tech

Minutes later...

People posted 6,049 tweets per second about Steve Jobs

via Search Engine Land

Minutes later...

"He changed the way each of us sees the world." President Barack Obama

via The White House

Days later...

96,000 Tags

tributed to Steve on Twitter with #thankyousteve

via Topsy

Days later...

1 Million

plus people left tributes on Apple's Steve Jobs Page

via Apple

Days later...

The Huffington Post remembers 11 great Steve Jobs quotes

via HuffPost Tech

Days later...

Worldwide, Pixar movies have grossed in excess of

7 Billion Bucks

via Moviefone