Saying Goodbye to Steve Jobs
Fans are paying tributes to Steve Jobs at Apple Stores around the world. Here's a look at some of the stores fans descended on.
Flowers, post-it tributes and half-eaten apples outside the Regent Street Apple Store in London.
Photo: Abdulaziz AlSayed on Twitter
Outside the Fifth Avenue Apple Store in New York, some tribute letters were written in Japanese and Spanish, along with a cardboard sign with “Keep thinking different.”
Photo: JayZLyrics on Twitter
Post-it note tributes and apples were left outside the Louvre Apple Store in Paris.
Photo: David Cohen on Twitter
Flowers and messages for Jobs were left at the Covent Garden Apple Store in London.
Photo: J on Twitter
Mourners left flowers, candles and apples outside the Apple Store in Munich. An Apple logo was also created out of post-it notes with tributes.
Photo: Stefan Partusch on Twitter
The glass walls of the San Francisco Apple Store were plastered with multicolored sticky tributes, along with a bunch of candles, apples and flowers.
Photo: Josh Kerr on Twitter
Flowers, notes and an apple outside the Apple Store in Rome.
Photo: Massima Scudieri on Twitter
“Thank you, Steve” read the tribute on Jobs’ photo outside the Apple Store in Frankfurt, Germany.
Photo: Arno A on Twitter
Tributes left outside the Ginza Apple Store in Tokyo included flowers, apple-shaped candles, a paper iPhone and a MacBookPro with apple.com’s tribute page.
Photo: @chicola_ on Twitter
Minimalist candles and an apple lined the Sainte-Catherine Apple Store in Montreal.
Photo: Maxime C on Twitter
Workers added candles to a shrine at the Apple Store in Beijing.
Photo: Mike Shaw on Twitter
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