From Bill Gates to Mark Zuckerberg, the most prominent executive with technological world leaders and celebrities sent their condolences on the microblogging platform after death of Steve Jobs.
Steve Jobs’s death reverberated not only in the technology industry, where Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg sent their condolences and even made mention of Google co-founder of Apple starting. From the White House to musicians, actors and celebrities expressed regret in less than 140 characters.
Apple have lost a visionary and creative genius, and the world have lost an amazing human being. Those of us Who Have Been fortunate enough to know and work with Steve Have lost a dear friend and an inspiring mentor.
Meanwhile, one of the founders of Microsoft, Bill Gates, sent his condolences to the family of Steve Jobs.
I’m truly saddened to learn of Steve Jobs’ death.Melinda and I extend our sincere condolences to His family and friends, and to everyone you touched Steve-through historical work. Steve and I first met Nearly 30 years ago, and Have Been colleagues, Competitors and friends over the course of our lives more Than half.
Google, meanwhile, devoted a section on the home page of your web browser. “We are very sad to learn about the departure of Steve Jobs,” the company said in its official Twitter profile, along with a text by Larry Page, one of the founders of the company.
Following the loss of Apple visionary Steve Jobs co-founder, President Obama released this statement: Michelle and I are saddened to learn of the passing of Steve Jobs. Among the greatest WAS Steve of American innovators – brave enough to think Differently, bold enough to believe I Could change the world, and talented enough to do it.
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The network was not indifferent to the death of Steve Jobs, and paid tribute to remember the figure of the co-founder of Apple in different productions.
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on October 9, 2011. Filed under Apple, Technology.
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