Apple CEO Tim Cook pays tribute to Steve Jobs on his birthday

Apple CEO Tim Cook pays tribute to Steve Jobs on his birthday

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Apple CEO Tim Cook paid a heartfelt tribute to his “best teacher and friend”, Apple Inc. co-founder Steve Jobs. On Friday, the Apple CEO shared an old photo of the American tech genius to commemorate his 68th birthday. It was the year 2011 when the founder of the apple passed away from pancreatic cancer. Following Jobs’ death, Tim Cook took over as CEO of Apple Inc in August 2011. The current Apple CEO also sits on the board of directors of the American multinational tech company.

“The people with the most to teach live because they have the most to learn – and Steve loved to learn,” Cook wrote on Twitter Friday. “He was the most curious person I have ever met, which made him the best teacher I have ever known. Happy birthday, my friend,” he added. Cook served as the company’s chief operating officer under its co-founder.Before joining Apple, Tim was vice president of enterprise materials for Compaq.

The legacy of Steve Jobs

On June 29, 2007, a man wearing a black turtleneck demonstrated a device that would revolutionize cellular device markets for decades to come. It was the year 2007 when Apple co-founder Steve Jobs introduced the world’s first iPhone. Jobs co-founded the iPhone with Steve Wozniak and created a plethora of successful devices such as the iPhone, iPad, Mac, etc. The tech genius saved Apple from the brink of bankruptcy when he returned to Apple in 1997.

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