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BGR: Apple Watch, AirPods and iPhone X became the main gadgets of Apple after the death of Jobs

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BGR journalists named the most important products released by Apple after the death of company founder Steve Jobs. This is reported in the material on the media website.

The authors of the portal recalled that Apple founder Steve Jobs left the company at the end of the summer of 2011, and a few months later, on October 5, he died. In honor of the anniversary of the entrepreneur’s death, journalists chose five major Apple products that came out after Jobs left. Experts called the Apple Watch the newest gadget, which became the first watch in the line of the American IT giant.

The material says that “the world has changed” with the release of AirPods, which the followers of Jobs introduced five years after the death of the founder. “These wireless headphones have become fashionable very quickly,” the authors noted. Also on the list of the most important products was the iPhone X, which “laid the future” for new smartphones on the market.

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Experts also noted the HomePod column, which “still has not found its consumer.” The authors singled out the digital services Apple Music, iCloud, TV+, Arcade, News+, Fitness+, Apple Card, which were launched during the management of Apple by Jobs’ successor Tim Cook.

Steve Jobs founded Apple on April 1, 1976 and remained its CEO until 1985 and from 1996 to 2011. Jobs passed away on October 5, 2011 at the age of 56 after a long illness.

In May, former Apple vice president Tony Fadell said that Apple planned to release a smartphone without a SIM card more than 10 years ago. According to Fadell, this was the dream of Steve Jobs, who oversaw the development of such a device.

Source: Lenta

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