Apple breaks the sad news
Articles on Steve Jobs’ death graced the cover of newspapers and front page of websites across the world, paying tribute to Apple’s chairman, former chief executive and cofounder. Here’s a look at some of the coverage of Jobs’ death.
The New York Times
The New York Times led with Jobs' death and featured a photo of him with the iPad.
The Los Angeles Times
The Los Angeles Times had an image of Jobs in his trademark black mock turtleneck.
The New York Post
The New York Post prominently played Jobs' death on its cover.
The Palo Alto Daily News
The Palo Alto Daily News in California devoted its entire front page to Jobs and a few of his well-known inventions.
The Honolulu Star Advertiser
The Honolulu Star Advertiser imposed Jobs' image on the phone he helped create that revolutionized the industry.
The Chicago Sun-Times
The Chicago Sun-Times devoted a small section to Jobs but made a bold statement.
The Globe and Mail
Canada's Globe and Mail had a large image of Jobs during one of his presentations.
Brazil's Estado De Minas
Brazil's Estado De Minas imposed Jobs' image on his latest creation, the iPad.
Taiwan's United Evening News
Taiwan’s evening paper, the Taipei United Evening News, managed to get Jobs’ passing on its front page.
The Guardian had to settle for reporting the news on its website.
BBC's website led with Jobs' passing.
France's Le Monde
News of the death broke too late for Le Monde and most European papers to get it in their print editions so they reported it online.
Germany's Spiegel newspaper faced the same problem as Le Monde.
The Times of London
As did the Times of London.
Spain's El Pais
And Spain's El Pais.
Italy's Corriere Della Sera
And Italy's Corriere Della Sera.
Australian papers faced the same time zone problem.
Wired dedicated its front page online to tributes to Jobs.
Tech blog Boing Boing switched to a classic Mac interface theme to announce the news.
Google has put a link to Apple’s website on the front page, under the search box.
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