Tim Cook publicly commemorates the 63rd birthday of Steve Jobs with a Tweet
The Tweet by Cook was simple, and was only the latest in a series of commemorations of Jobs' life in the last year by the CEO and by Apple itself.
Remembering Steve, our friend and leader, on his 63rd birthday: "The thing that bound us together at Apple was the ability to make things that were going to change the world." We are forever bound to that goal -- and to you, Steve. pic.twitter.com/rDvzR8s2F8-- Tim Cook (@tim_cook)
Apple started a year-long series of Jobs remembrances on Feb. 22, 2017 by naming the theater on the Apple Park headquarters facility the "Steve Jobs Theater." Cook name-dropped Jobs throughout the year on assorted interviews.
When the Steve Jobs Theater opened for the iPhone 8 and iPhone X event, Cook led the presentation with a short video celebrating Jobs.
Steve Jobs died on Oct. 5, 2011 at 56 years of age.