Apple Co-Founder Steve Jobs died about two weeks ago. Today the Apple employees are remembering Steve Jobs in a company-wide memorial taking place between 10am and 11:30am PDT. According to Reuters, Apple also plans to close Apple Stores to give employees the opportunity to watch the celebration of Steve Jobs. The event is broadcasted live inside Apple.
On the Apple site you can read the remembrances Apple fans have submitted over the last two weeks.
Steve Jobs lives on through the legacy he left behind at Apple. The iPhone 5 to be released in 2012 is said to be Steve Jobs' last big project he has worked on.
Below you find a gallery of the latest photos on how Steve Jobs is remembered around the world.
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