Friday, November 25, 2011

Thirty giant iPhones to pay tribute to Steve Jobs

The CEO and cofounder of Apple, Steve Jobs , who died on October 5 after battling pancreatic cancer , has again received a new tribute, this time in Virginia (USA). The Patent and Trademark Office located in this state reminds the technology visionary with 30 giant iPhones , showing the patent in which I participate Jobs as inventor or co-inventor.

This tribute allows attendees to make a visual journey through history in design and innovation from Apple. Patents that are collected showing the various models of technological devices that Jobs had in mind. Although some of them have come to be real, and still others have come on the market as iPod, iPhone or iPad .

This exhibition will gather the documents and the methodology used to carry out these products. Some of the patents arising from the hand of Jobs as an inventor or co-inventor found that resulted in the "computer" tablet "multi"-now known as the iPad, the design of the Mac or iMac and even Battery chargers computers.

The sample of 300 patents is free and open to the public until January 15, 2012.


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