There are no doubts Steve Jobs will be missed by many as the CEO of Apple. The guy who re-invented Apple and introduced such products like iMac, iPod, iPhone and iPad deserves a place in the history at large (not just the tech history). On the heels of his resignation at Apple, websites all around the world (IntoMobile included) have been writing tribute articles, praising Jobs for his work to make technology closer to the masses.
Today we want to tell you the story about Joseph Tame, who decided to tribute Steve in its own way. He ran a marathon on an improvised Apple logo-shaped track in the streets of Tokyo. Tame used his iPhone (actually two) and the Runkeeper app to record his endeavor, which you can see from the image above. Obviously he loves Apple products, iPhone especially, saying it has “changed his life here in Tokyo.” He added: “It means I can go anywhere without getting lost, I have all my data with me at all times, I’m potentially in touch with thousands of friends and family members around the world at all times, and I have access to any information I might need to do what I need to do.”
We could comment that the same can be achieved with some other smartphone just as well, but we won’t (we just did?). Tame is passionate about Apple and even willing to put his legs to work to prove his beliefs. Kudos for that! 🙂