Apple’s company-focused memorial event for Steve Jobs is now available as a video for the public as of Sunday night. The event was hosted at the company’s Cupertino campus last Wednesday, and many of Apple’s own retail stores closed so employees could watch the event remotely.
Apple CEO Tim Cook speaking at Steve Jobs memorial event
Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke at the event, as did former U.S. Vice President Al Gore, Apple senior vice president of industrial design Jonathan Ive, and board member Bill Campbell. The event also hosted musical performances from several bands including Coldplay.
Mr. Jobs passed away on October 5 following a prolonged health battle brought on by a metastatic pancreas neuroendocrine tumor. Mr. Jobs was diagnosed with the tumor in 2003, and later received a liver transplant, too.
The 81 minute video of Apple’s memorial event for Mr. Jobs is available in QuickTime format at the Apple Web site.