I know it’s still two days away until the Apple iPhone Event, but every year right about now, I find myself reflecting on Steve Jobs and what he meant to Apple and the tech community as a whole. Love him or hate him, everyone seems to have an opinion about him. Apple both saw it’s darkest days with Steve at the helm, and shined their brightest under his watchful eye. He commanded the stage like no one before or after him, and he always kept my attention and excitement about Apple and where it was going. So as we approach yet another new iPhone announcement without him directing the keynote, I thought what better way to remember him then to watch the original keynote introducing the iPhone at Macworld in 2007. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did and still do.
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