Apple store turns off logo lights in remembrance of Steve Jobs

Apple customers throughout the world are mourning the loss of co-founder Steve Jobs, who died yesterday at the age of 56.

In his memory, the Apple store in Greenwich has turned off its logo lights as a sign of respect.

There was also a bouquet of flowers left at the door, proving how much Jobs touched and affected peoples? lives. One person said, ?He was probably one of the greatest visionaries of our time.?

Apple executives say they are planning a celebration of Jobs' extraordinary life and have already created a website where people can share their thoughts, memories and condolences.

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