Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple, died 10 years ago today. He’s widely considered one of the greatest technology visionaries of all time, and the company he founded is now worth more than 2 trillion dollars, the most valuable in the world.
Jobs’ legacy is not in doubt, and Apple has continued to flourish since his death on October 5, 2011: shares bought 10 years ago have gone up over 1,100% in value.
However, although many of his predictions for the future came true, he got a few wrong too. Here are the highlights.