Steve Jobs – the mastermind behind Apple’s iPhone, iPad, iPod, iMac and iTunes – has died, Apple said, at age 56.
Jobs co-founded Apple Computer in 1976 and, with his childhood friend Steve Wozniak, marketed what was considered the world’s first personal computer, the Apple II. He was also co-founded PIXAR.
In 2004, he beat back an unusual form of pancreatic cancer, and in 2009 he was forced to get a liver transplant. After several years of failing health, Jobs announced on August 24, 2011 that he was stepping down as Apple’s chief executive.
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