Today, 5 October 2012 marks 1 year since Steve Jobs passed away.
We don’t need another write up on who Steve Jobs is or what he achieved. We though we would take today to look at the legacy he left at Apple. What Apple has achieved since Steve passed away.
Apple has updated most of it’s products over the year including an updated Mac Pro, The New iPad, Updated Macbook Pros and the Next Generation Macbook Pro and Macbook Air.
The iPhone 4s was announced 1 day before Steve Jobs passed away. A brave day for everyone at Apple. We coined the term iPhone 4steve in memory of the visionary behind Apple.
Many people were concerned about the future of Apple after Steve passed but 2012 has seen Apple go further than ever before.
Apple’s stock went over $700 per share, the highest in history of any stock and Apple become the most valuable company in the world.
Apple also released some amazing new products. Starting with the New iPad. Although some saw it as a minor upgrade, there is not much you can add to an amazing product but Apple seemed to do this with the iPad 3. Apple again did this with the iPhone 5. The iPhone 5 is beyond any other phone on the market today. It may not have all the features of other phone but what it does do it does better than any other phone. Lets not talk about how solid the iPhone is compared to some of it’s plastic counterparts.
Apple also released new iPods and the best iPods they have every created. just when you think there is not much Apple can do they go way beyond your imagination and create something beautiful. Amazing new iPods in beautiful colours that make you want one even if you don’t need it.
The new iPod Nano really brings something amazing and new to the small MP3 player market. For the first time in history the iPod Nano is something you want to show off. The white earphones used to let people know you use an iPod now you need them to see the amazing colour of your iPod with a beautiful touch screen.
We think Steve Jobs would be proud of what his company has achieved in 2012 and he would be expectant for 2013!
RIP Steve Jobs – 24 February 1955 – 5 October 2011