Steve Jobs: Tributes Around the World
A woman takes a picture (with her iPhone, of course) of graffiti reading "iLove Steve," which adorns the Apple store in midtown Manhattan. The Apple visionary died October 5 after a battle with pancreatic cancer.
Tributes – including an apple etched with Steve Jobs's mantra, "Think different" – are left outside the Apple store on London's Regent Street.
The Covent Garden Apple Store also saw its share of tributes, including an oversize poster and an apple that was bitten to resemble the company logo.
Thanks to the iPad (which Jobs called "magical and revolutionary"), candlelight vigils get a high-tech upgrade outside this shop in the Japanese capital.
Cultures unite outside the Apple store in Paris, with fans from Mexico and France leaving tributes to the former Apple CEO.
An image of the late Jobs, clad in his trademark turtleneck, graces the monitors at an Apple store in Singapore.
In Malaysia, fans leave old-school handwritten notes for Jobs – and snap photos with their iPhones.
Fans cluster around the Apple store in San Francisco, where Post-it notes and more are left in honor of the late technology leader.
Candles and apples are left outside an Apple store in Manhattan. Jobs himself came up with the "Think different" ad campaign for Apple, which praised "the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers ... Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do."
The writing on the window of the Santa Monica, Calif., Apple store summarizes fans' feelings: "Thank you Steve."
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