The co-founder of Apple was responsible for such iconic and ground-breaking pieces of technology as the iPhone, iPad, iPod, iMac and iTunes, and helped make the company into the global powerhouse that it is today.
Jobs passed away on Wednesday, having suffered from a number of health complications in recent years. He was described as "a visionary and creative genius" by the firm that he founded 35 years ago.
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Watch below a collection of some of Jobs's most memorable speeches and presentations during his career at the forefront of technological innovation.
Steve Jobs introduces the Macintosh in 1984
Jobs unveiled the original Macintosh computer in one of his first keynote speeches on January 24, 1984, two days after a Super Bowl commercial directed by Ridley Scott aired. The computer featured a graphical user interface instead of a simple command line.
Steve Jobs unveils the iPod for the very first time in 2001
Jobs launched the iPod by arguing that there was a gap in the market for a digital music device, saying: "We love music, and it's always good to do something we love... Music's been around for ever, it will always be around."
Steve Jobs shows off the iTunes music store
The success of the iPod was followed two years later by the iTunes music store. Opened on April 28, 2003, the iTunes store sold its 16 billionth song on October 4 of this year.
Steve Jobs addresses the graduates of Stanford University in 2005
Jobs described his commencement as "the closest I've ever got to a college graduation", recalling stories from his life and career during his address.
Steve Jobs introduces the revolutionary iPhone in 2007
Jobs unveiled the first iPhone on January 9, 2007, teasing that the company was launching three separate products - "a widescreen iPod with touch controls, a revolutionary mobile phone and a breakthrough internet communications device" - before explaining that the phone was capable of all three.
Steve Jobs talks about the iPad in 2010
Jobs revealed that Apple had been working on the device for years, starting development before the iPhone. "It's phenomenal to see a whole web page in front of you that you can manipulate with your fingers... it's way better than a laptop, way better than a smartphone" he said during his demonstration.
Steve Jobs unveils the iCloud in one of his last appearances for Apple in 2011
Jobs introduced the iCloud at WWDC in June of this year. "Some people think the Cloud is just a hard drive in the sky... we think it's way more than that," he quipped.