Apple is commemorating its co-founder and former CEO Steve Jobs’ dying with a new short film and a personal statement from the visionary tech government’s household. Jobs handed away 10 years in the past on October fifth, 2011, after a tough battle with pancreatic most cancers.

The quick movie — which has presently taken over Apple’s touchdown web page — commemorates Jobs’ life in photographs, movies, and a few of his most iconic quotes, from “the computer is a bicycle for the mind” to the introductions of the iMac, the iPod, and the iPhone.

Apple additionally printed an announcement from Jobs’ household, shared beneath:

For a decade now, mourning and therapeutic have gone collectively. Our gratitude has turn out to be as nice as our loss.

Every of us has discovered his or her personal path to comfort, however now we have come collectively in a good looking place of affection for Steve, and for what he taught us.

For all of Steve’s presents, it was his energy as a instructor that has endured. He taught us to be open to the great thing about the world, to be curious round new concepts, to see across the subsequent nook, and most of all to remain humble in our personal newbie’s thoughts.

There are lots of issues we nonetheless see by way of his eyes, however he additionally taught to search for ourselves. He gave us gear for dwelling, and it has served us nicely.

One in every of our biggest sources of comfort has been our affiliation of Steve with magnificence. The sight of one thing lovely — a wooded hillside, a nicely‑made object — remembers his spirit to us. Even in his years of struggling, he by no means misplaced his religion in the great thing about existence.

Reminiscence is insufficient for what’s in our hearts: we miss him profoundly. We have been blessed to have him as husband and father.

Michael Dell, founder and CEO of Dell Applied sciences, spoke to CNET about his work with Jobs. “You can’t be following the rules and making amazing things happen. Steve was certainly exceptional in that regard,” Dell says.

Tim Prepare dinner, Jobs’ successor as CEO, shared his ideas with Apple staff through a companywide memo, obtained by Bloomberg. “[Steve] challenged us to see the world not for what it was, but for what it could be,” Prepare dinner writes. “I feel so lucky that we spend our days creating wildly innovative tools that connect people, inspire them to think differently, and empower them to make their own dent in the universe, too.”

Jony Ive, Jobs’ shut pal, collaborator, and Apple’s former chief design officer supplied his recollections of Jobs yesterday in an editorial for The Wall Street Journal. “My understanding of him refuses to remain cozy or still,” Ive writes. “He truly believed that by making something useful, empowering and beautiful, we express our love for humanity … I miss Steve desperately and I will always miss not talking with him.”

Apple’s memorial video is available to view on its site. For extra data on Jobs and Apple’s outsized influence on the world at massive, you need to hearken to the current (fifth) season of Land of the Giants.

Replace October fifth, 2:03PM ET: Added Tim Prepare dinner’s memo from Bloomberg and tweet from Prepare dinner sharing Apple’s memorial.

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