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Steve Jobs’ legacy remains the power of simplicity

Peter Griffin
Thu, 07 Oct 2021

Apple founder Steve Jobs' design ethic lives on (Image: Deposit Photos)
Peter Griffin
Thu, 07 Oct 2021
Steve Jobs died a decade ago this week.An increasingly frail Jobs made fewer public appearances in his final years. It’s easy to forget that he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer way back in 2003. Despite his illness, the seriousness of which he kept secret for years, Jobs oversaw the development of the iPhone, the iPad, the iOS operating system, an increasingly iconic range of Mac computers and the creation of the App Store, which generated an incredible US$72 billion in sales last year.It has gone down in history as one of the mo...

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Retail Analysis
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