Friday 15 December 2017

Steve Jobs memorial gets Apple seal of approval but generates fan anger

The late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs
The late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs
The bust on top of the commissioned Steve Jobs memorial
Frank Whelan

Frank Whelan

A new memorial to Apple co-founder Steve Jobs was revealed yesterday and it's receiving mixed reactions.

The memorial, created by Serbian sculptor Dragan Radenovic, was unveiled yesterday in Belgrade, according to Serbian newspaper Netokracija.

The sculpture, visible in the video below, features cyrillic letters and the numbers 1 and 0, representing binary.

Chosen by Apple management from over 10,200 entries, the sculpture has generated an outpouring of negative comments on social media from fans of the late Jobs.


The sculpture was appropriately unveiled on what would have been Jobs' 59th birthday.

The final version will be between 10 and 16 feet tall and sit on Apple's Cupertino campus.

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