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This Apple Computers Inc. file photo shows founder (Credit: AP, 1977)

This Apple Computers Inc. file photo shows founder Steve Jobs introducing the new Apple II computer in Cupertino, Calif.

Steve Jobs through the years

Apple Inc. said the company's co-founder Steve Jobs died on Oct. 5, 2011.

This Apple Computers Inc. file photo shows founder
(Credit: AP, 1977)

This Apple Computers Inc. file photo shows founder Steve Jobs introducing the new Apple II computer in Cupertino, Calif.

Steven Jobs, chairman of the board of Apple
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Steven Jobs, chairman of the board of Apple Computer, leans on the new Macintosh personal computer following a shareholder's meeting in Cupertino, Calif. (Jan. 24, 1984)

Steve Jobs, left, chairman of Apple Computer, John
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Steve Jobs, left, chairman of Apple Computer, John Sculley, president and chief executive, and Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, unveil the new Apple IIc computer in San Francisco. (April 24, 1984)

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Steve Jobs in an undated photo.
(Credit: AP File)

Steve Jobs in an undated photo.

Personal computer pioneer Steve Jobs of Next Computer
(Credit: AP File)

Personal computer pioneer Steve Jobs of Next Computer Inc. in an undated photo.

Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple Computers, is shown
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Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple Computers, is shown in this 1993 file photo. Jobs assumed a bigger role in running Apple Computer Inc. after the resignation of the company's chief executive Gil Amelio during a boardroom overhaul July 9, 1997.

Steve Jobs, in an undated photo, was chairman
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Steve Jobs, in an undated photo, was chairman and chief executive of NeXT Software Inc., and original co-founder of Apple Computer, Inc.

Apple co-founder Steve Jobs is upbeat while giving
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Apple co-founder Steve Jobs is upbeat while giving the keynote speech at the opening of MacWorld Expo in San Francisco. Apple, buoyed by cost-cutting and strong demand for its new computers, surprised Wall Street Tuesday by saying it returned to profitability late last year. (Jan. 6, 1998)

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Steve Jobs, Apple's interim chief executive, gives the
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Steve Jobs, Apple's interim chief executive, gives the keynote address at the beginning of the MacWorld Expo in San Francisco. (Jan. 5, 1998)

Apple Computer Corp. co-founder and chief executive Steve
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Apple Computer Corp. co-founder and chief executive Steve Jobs speaks at a company presentation in Cupertino, Calif. (Oct. 14, 1998)

Steve Jobs, interim chief executive at Apple Computer,
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Steve Jobs, interim chief executive at Apple Computer, gestures while deilvering the keynote speech at the MacWorld Expo in Manhattan. (July 8, 1998)

Apple co-founder and interim chief executive Steve Jobs
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Apple co-founder and interim chief executive Steve Jobs announces operating system OS X during his MACWorld Expo keynote address in San Francisco. (Jan. 5, 2000)

Apple Computer chief executive Steve Jobs holds
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Apple Computer chief executive Steve Jobs holds up the new Apple release in Cupertino, Calif. The new MP3 iPod music player packs up to 1,000 CD-quality songs into an ultra-portable, 6.5 ounce design that fits in your pocket. (Oct. 23, 2001)

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Apple Computer Inc., chief executive Steve Jobs speaks
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Apple Computer Inc., chief executive Steve Jobs speaks to the media during a presentation in San Francisco. In a move to reach the broader market of Microsoft-platform users, Jobs unveiled a fully Windows-compatible Apple iTunes Music Store, which already has proven successful among Macintosh users. (Oct. 16. 2003)

Apple Computer chief executive Steve Jobs delivers the
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Apple Computer chief executive Steve Jobs delivers the keynote address at the start of AppleExpo in Paris. Jobs announced the launch of a new line of laptop computers and the release of the public beta version of Apple's new operating system, OSX. (Sept. 13, 2000)

Apple chief executive Steve Jobs speaks at a
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Apple chief executive Steve Jobs speaks at a news conference at the Tysons Ritz Carlton Hotel in Virginia. He announced plans to open 25 Apple retail stores with the first at Tysons Corner in McLean, Va. (May 15, 2001)

Steve Jobs in an undated photo
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Steve Jobs in an undated photo

Steve Jobs in an undated photo.
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Steve Jobs in an undated photo.

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Apple chief executive Steve Jobs introduces the iPhone
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Apple chief executive Steve Jobs introduces the iPhone 4 in San Francisco on June 7, 2010. Jobs, the Apple co-founder and former chief executive who invented and masterfully marketed ever-sleeker gadgets that transformed everyday technology, from the personal computer to the iPod and iPhone, died Oct. 5, 2011. He was 56. Newsday's obituary for Steve Jobs

A screenshot of apple.com on the evening of
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A screenshot of apple.com on the evening of Oct. 5, 2011.

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