On October 6th, 2011, the news of Steve Jobs’ death started spreading.
As a professional iOS developer, I was busy updating the applications to be prepared for upcoming iOS 5.
When I heard the news, like many people, sadness immediately fell on me.
It was just like what a fan could feel when our hero died.
He was like Michael Jackson to the pop music fans, Gregory Peck to the film lovers, and Bruce Lee to the martial artists.
Unlike them, however, Steve had used the electronic devices and their software, which could provide the great user experience.
Probably, he could be the first one who had chosen this form of art, I think.
And Steve’s art was so entertaining and so right. None of us had to be ashamed of enjoying it.
Like BMW drivers, Harley Davidson riders, and Stephen King readers, us Apple users are so proud of our objects.
Thank you, Steve Jobs, for all your awesome artifacts joyfully shared to us. We will miss you a lot.