Tim Cook to employees: Steve Jobs 'would be proud of all of you'

In a note, CEO Tim Cook says Apple employees will honor Steve Jobs' memory by dedicating themselves to the "work he loved so much."

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Apple CEO Tim Cook issued a letter to employees remembering Steve Jobs, who died two years ago Saturday

In a note sent to employees and posted by 9to5Mac on Friday, Cook said he hopes that his employees will "reflect on what [Jobs] meant to all of us and to the world," adding that the Apple co-founder "was an amazing human being and left the world a better place."

Cook then turned his attention to Apple's work, according to the letter obtained by 9to5Mac, telling his employees that he believes Jobs "would be proud of all of you." He also urged them to dedicate themselves "to the work he loved so much."

Steve Jobs died on October 5, 2011, after a long battle with cancer. He was 56.

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