Apple CEO Tim Cook posted a moving tribute the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, Sunday. On what would have been his friend and former bosses’ 64th Birthday, Mr. Cook posted that the company “miss him today…and every day”.
Co-Founder Reflected ‘All Around’ Apple Park
Mr. Cook’s tribute was simple and touching. He posted a tweet containing a short video of the water at Apple Park, the Apple campus that Mr. Jobs was so intimately involved in the design of. He said that “Steve’s vision is reflected all around us at Apple Park…this place he dreamed up.”
Mr. Cook regularly marks the passing of his predecessor as Apple CEO. In 2017, for example, he posted another touching heartfelt tribute.
Mr. Jobs passed away on October 5th, 2011. He battled pancreatic cancer for a sustained period of time.