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-- of iconic innovator Steve Jobs someone who says he will miss him as much as anyone.
-- apple co-founder Steve loves -- he joins us on the phone right now Steve so sorry for your loss.
He knew -- -- we knew that that Steve Jobs was sick.
But having him pass away I guess it just brings reality home.
-- I was caught but but it didn't expect it and I filled.
You know what's really get to -- do I mean it was just like being cute little -- you know and -- stunned them first few days.
You just aren't thinking the way you put it about everything else it.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Go back and just you know have it.
Dinner with him and cheer -- old date and it never -- -- and I feel.
Bad as I felt that way when you don't but are -- they don't get another chance to compare them.
And just talk about what was important -- There's going to be an empty chair at the table in there.
Well you know we all everybody it is done.
The and so much from him and -- so generous and the -- but I've been receiving.
Thousands of -- -- -- more harm than its it's unbelievable that with my first one business leader could ever touch.
That many people could actually get some people -- Love their equipment and that they have they're they're -- gadget at all.
Muppets like if you're not just I use that you'd like to pull it works well no -- It's what carries -- under the symbol of it.
And very -- -- but it so.
This course -- to view -- started together in the garage when your hopes and dreams he never envisioned it would end up to where it is.
Today as some people are calling him Steve calling Steve Jobs the Einstein.
Of our generation would you agree with them.
Arm and I didn't typical comparative term he has scientific -- kind of business it's just I put it more like maybe on the better than the certainly Walt Disney radio and -- -- in the water and join them let her life.
People just want everything but what -- -- -- -- four.
Right and I think and the important -- -- -- invention -- edit and then -- W.
And invest more practical like building and the people used and I'm -- -- -- and a theoretical by talk I don't I don't think I'm.
But -- into -- you know we we don't always wanted a good and he didn't have had.
For the longest time it's been battling cancer in the liver transplant and we saw we've been watching back.
Some of his commencement addresses.
Did he ever talk you about -- the legacy in the company and in.
Anything -- as he knew this day would probably come much sooner than most of us.
He would bring it up in ways that he wanted to talk about it and I don't talk about those things sort of -- Pursued it with him and it was just sometimes he.
He held an earlier age that he was gonna die young and get that accomplished a lot of really changed the world -- -- you know past them.
And in recent times he's talked arm -- -- -- is surprised he did.
He actually was pretty much and scared and felt very lucky that he had just barely avoided L that the answer.
-- -- during -- from California Steve Wozniak one of the co founders of apple with Steve we thank you very much and it's tough to.
OK and I wish he were still life and I -- -- one.
All right we thank you very much a -- just a moment ago we showed the -- tribute outside one of the apple stores here in midtown Manhattan where people are leaving some flowers and some notes as well we know a lot of you can't travel to New York City but on the apple web site right now you go to the web page apple dot com there's a picture of Steve just click on it and you can sending email.
To remembering Steve.
At apple dot com that's it right there.
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