R.I.P Steve Jobs :
Apple’s chief executive Steve Jobs made an unexpected appearance at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, the United States on Monday, June 2011 to introduce the company's new cloud-based service iCloud, which can allow users to access all their music, photos and documents via any Apple device.
It is the second time Mr. Jobs returned to an Apple event since his announcement of the iPad 2 in March during his sick leave from the company.
Steve Jobs plays an important role in the Apple’s spectacular successes with his excellence and magic predictions. And, if you don’t know what the powerful man looked like through the years, let's see his rare photos below.
March 2, 2011: Apple CEO Steve Jobs makes an unexpected appearance at Apple's iPad 2 event in San Francisco
January 27, 2010: Steve Jobs speaks during an Apple event in San Francisco. The projector behind him shows a picture from Apple's beginnings, showing Jobs on the right with his co-founder, Steve Wozniak
January 9, 2007: Steve Jobs introduces Apple's new iPhone at Macworld in San Francisco
June 12, 2005: Jobs gives a speech at graduation ceremonies at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California
October 26, 2004: Steve Jobs stands near two best-known members of the band U2, Bono, left, and the Edge at the release of a new family of Apple iPod products in San Jose, California
July 21, 1999: Jobs shows off his company’s new iBook consumer laptops, which are priced at $1,599 and features two colors tangerine and blueberry at the Macworld Expo in New York
May 18, 1998: Jobs is spotted with Apple's new iMac desktop computer
October 12, 1988: Jobs introduces the NeXT computer system in San Francisco
1985: Steve Jobs is spotted with his competitor, Bill Gates
January 24, 1984: Jobs poses beside a new Macintosh personal computer at an Apple shareholder's meeting in Cupertino, California
February 6, 1984: Jobs and Apple CEO John Sculley debut a new Macintosh computer. Their relationship then became bad and in 1985, the board removed most of Jobs' powers and he left the company
1977: Steve Jobs introduces the new Apple II, which was widely claimed the machine establishing Apple as a force in Cupertino, California
Steve Jobs Introduces Apple iCloud