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What will be Steve Jobs' legacy to the digital world?


Grateful fans have flocked to Apple stores across the world, erecting makeshift shrines to deceased co-founder Steve Jobs to thank him for inventing the gadgets that revolutionised their lives.

Jobs, who died at age 56 after a long battle with pancreatic cancer, has been hailed by world leaders and tech moguls, but also by ordinary consumers, including in the Georgetown neighbourhood of Washington, where the sidewalk in front of the Apple store was strewn with flowers and candles.

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