Steve Jobs remembered in ‘private’ service

Steve is being remembered.

Despite being one of the most noteworthy inventors of our generations, Steve Jobs was more than a little bit careful throughout his life to make sure of one thing — that his private life remained as such. With that in mind, the Apple co-creator’s memorial service Friday was conducted as such.

According to the Wall Street Journal, Jobs’ service was held at an undisclosed location out of respect for the family, as was the list of people attending. While it is unclear if there will be a more public memorial in the near future, new Apple CEO Tim Cook (who took over several months ago after Jobs’ resignation) has said that there will be some sort of way for the staff to pay their respects in the future.

Tributes for Jobs have been pouring in throughout the past week, with everyone from President Barack Obama to comedian Stephen Colbert chiming in with their thoughts.

Stay tuned, as we will have more details once they are available.

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