Thursday, October 6, 2011

Praveen Prabhu, India

I am a 27 year old male from south-India. This morning i wake up and checked my FB updates in my iPhone. Definitely I would never expect to see this update that Steve has passed away through his best invention – iPhone. For the first time in one and half years i hated my iPhone 3GS. One of my friend gave me the digital copy of “Pirates of Silicon Valley” in 2005. I would say i was not that matured to accept the fact that how can a founder of an organisation be kicked off from the same???? & he got back to the same organisation. Phenomenon, isn’t it??? (When Steve uses this word, it’s definitely phenomenon) I still remember the day I got my first IPhone on my 25th birthday. Here in India spending 700$ (35000 INR) for a Phone is considered as a stupid thing. It took 6 months for me to save the money for my first IPhone. I can equate the happiness of holding the IPhone for the first time to the day I proposed to my wife. I have to get used to the ring tone of my wife’s scolding all day until she played Angry Bird. Which clearly states no one can hate iPhone. I bet even your rivalries should have owned your product for sure. Yesterday, I saw the Keynote of iPhone 4S. Cook and co did the great job. But still we all missed your presence. Actually my wife is not aware of who Steve is. Last night I played her ‘Pirates of Silicon Valley’ after watching the Keynote. In just less than 2 hours she started getting into the flow and was very much inspired watching it. I was telling to her that Steve is in his last stage and we will miss him soon. She said even if he dies tomorrow, definitely his fame and name will not die. I never expected that happened. She was on tears after hearing the new this morning. His speech in Stanford University about life “No one wants to die, Even people who want to go to heaven don’t want to die to get there. And yet, death is the destination we all share. ” he said it all. If he had survived at least till 2020, can’t imagine what wonders he would have given to this world. The whole world is in tears today, Every Pixar character you created is shedding an animated tear right now...:( Steve, we will never miss you as for as we use your product. The touch product you unveiled really touched us. I can’t imagine a day with my sorry your IPhone. Here i = you. I still remember Steve unveiling the iPod nano, by sliding it out of his tiny secondary jeans pocket... We'll miss the Silicon Valley Genius. Thank you Steve Jobs. That’s a job well done. RIP Praveen Prabhu

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