Today Steve Jobs would be 65 and who knows what he is designing in his office in Apple Park, the campus he dreamed of and designed. Tim Cook wanted to remember this anniversary with a tweet.
Steve Jobs died in 2011 at the age of 56 after a long battle with cancer, but as everyone who works at Cupertino often says: its heritage remains intact within the company and continues to survive in products only in the ideals of Apple.
In a tweet, Apple CEO Tim Cook wanted to share one of the most iconic moments in Steve Jobs’s history: the presentation of the first revolutionary iPhone.
Thinking of Steve today on his birthday his friendship, passion, and especially the laughter and joy he inspired. pic.twitter.com/qPMHbzxCsQ
Tim Cook (@tim_cook) February 24, 2020
Since then, Apple has changed a lot since 2011, always succeeding in increasing its revenues year after year. Maybe that wow effect Steve Jobs used to have gone. But it is also true that today more than ever, it is difficult to surprise users with products that have almost reached their maturity. Only the future will tell us if Apple will surprise us again. Maybe with new product categories that we know nothing about.