Biden to award posthumous Medal of Freedom to Steve Jobs

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Vice President Joe Biden on Friday announced the names of 17 winners from the Presidential Medal of Freedom, including Steve Jobs, the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.

This is the nation’s most prestigious civilian award in addition, The White House said the recipients “embody the soul of the nation.”

Jobs was a co-founder of Apple in 1975. He developed one of the first mass-market personal computers. He then resigned from Apple in 1985. He returned in 1997 and was responsible for the development of several products, such as Apple’s iPod as well as the iPhone. Jobs was also the co-founder of Pixar which is an animated film company now a an integral part of Disney.

Jobs passed away in 2011 aged 56, following a long battle with cancer.

“His vision, imagination and creativity led to inventions that have, and continue to, change the way the world communicates, as well as transforming the computer, music, film and wireless industries,” the White House said in a statement.

The White House will present the prizes on Thursday.

These awards are scheduled to be handed out in the White House on July 7 2022. It is expected that the White House has yet to confirm who will receive the Steve Jobs It’s most likely Laurene Powell-Jobs, his spouse for 20 years.re scheduled to be handed out in the White House on July 7 2022. It is expected that the White House has yet to confirm who will receive the Steve Jobs It’s most likely Laurene Powell-Jobs, his spouse for 20 years.

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