Apple’s co-founder and former CEO Steve Jobs, died today after a long and very public battle with pancreatic cancer.
Jobs’ death was announced by Apple in a statement just moments ago.
As reported by Reuters: “The Silicon Valley icon who gave the world the iPod and the iPhone resigned as CEO of the world’s largest technology corporation in August, handing the reins to current chief executive Tim Cook.
Jobs, who fought a rare form of pancreatic cancer, was deemed the heart and soul of a company that rivals Exxon Mobil as the most valuable in America.
As reported by The Guardian, the app “took the form of four mini-games about the “troubling supply chain” behind smartphones– all smartphones, not specifically iPhones – including coltan extraction in Congo, outsourced labour in China, environmental waste in Pakistan, as well as the mania for gadgets in the West.