1. When people think of Steve Jobs they naturally think of the high-profile man and his high-profile creations. The iPad, iPhone, iMac etc but what of the technically brilliant power adaptors? What of the glass staircases in the Apple stores? What of the wonderfully simplistic packaging that accompanies any Apple product and the clasp on the iPods headphones? The man had a hand in no less than 313 patents some of which are genius some less so and some far from.Whatever you think of the man there is no denying that his touch is obvious in pretty much everything that Apple have produced under his rule.
Why not take a look at a pretty comprehensive interactive list here on the New York Times.

    When people think of Steve Jobs they naturally think of the high-profile man and his high-profile creations. The iPad, iPhone, iMac etc but what of the technically brilliant power adaptors? What of the glass staircases in the Apple stores? What of the wonderfully simplistic packaging that accompanies any Apple product and the clasp on the iPods headphones? The man had a hand in no less than 313 patents some of which are genius some less so and some far from.Whatever you think of the man there is no denying that his touch is obvious in pretty much everything that Apple have produced under his rule.

    Why not take a look at a pretty comprehensive interactive list here on the New York Times.