Published on October 10th, 2011 | by Mithil Bhatia2
Another four years with Steve Jobs
Although he died last Wednesday, Jobs will be present in the Apple products release over the next four years.
Steve Jobs death on last Wednesday shocked the world, but still he will be present in future Apple products releasing over the next four years, says the Daily Mail, which reports that Jobs will be present in the next four generations of Cases, iPhones, iPods and MacBooks.
In order to protect the future of the company he founded with his friend Steve Wozniak in 1976, Jobs had spent some time in preparing the plans for next four year cycles of Apple products.
With his waning health in tow, Jobs fought for the adoption of the new Apple headquarters in Cupertino, a circular structure able to accommodate 12,000 employees of Apple.
Steve Jobs died at 56 on Wednesday. Throughout the week the tributes were apprehended, he has been considered a genius in the IT sector. He was able to succeed with concepts that did not succeed when implemented by others, such as iTunes – a service of online music sales, or iPad – a tablet that was introduced by Apple firstly to market, but the one who started a revolution is not yet over.