"Dress Like Steve Jobs Day" is a Huge Success!

They say imitation is the highest form of flattery.

On September 9th, iPhone Life magazine hosted "Dress Like Steve Jobs Day," which meant to honor the ongoing legacy of Steve Jobs in a fun and simple way: wearing a black mock-turtle neck or shirt, jeans and sneakers. We got a huge amount of response with coverage on on Time.com, CNN, Forbes, NBC, CBS and ABC. People posted photos to our Facebook event from all over the globe, and we've selected the best ones for the next issue (hitting newsstands in early October: click here to subscribe). 

 

You can see all the pictures from the event here: iphonelife.com/stevejobsday

 

Here's Doug Aamoth, Tech editor for Time.com, talking about it (in a very funny way).

 

 

 

And here are just some of our favorites:

From the Apple campus in Austin, TX! (above)

 

 

 

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Alex is marketing consultant, regular contributor to the Huffington Post, and the host of a web series called Social Good Now, where he highlights social issues through short animated videos. Formerly, he was a Marketing Exec at Cisco, and Editor in Chief of iPhone Life magazine. His projects have been featured on TEDx Houston, CNN, TIME, ABC News, CBS, Univision, Fast Company, and the Huffington Post.