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Apple launches 'Remembering Steve' memorial page

Apple has created a page dedicated to the tributes to Steve Jobs, and has said it received over 1 million of them from customers and fans.

Apple has had more than a million tribute messages to Steve Jobs, and has launched a page dedicated to displaying them.

This comes on the same day it held a celebration of his life at its Cupertino campus, closing Apple Stores for three hours so employees could watch a live video feed.

"Over a million people from all over the world have shared their memories, thoughts, and feeling about Steve," the page reads. " One thing they all have in common -- from personal friends to colleagues to owners of Apple products -- is how they've been touched by his passion and creativity."

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Tributes include: "God bless Steve Jobs," and "Leave in peace Mr Jobs. You've changed my life."

Yesterday Apple also held a celebration of Jobs' life at its Infinite Loop campus in Cupertino, closing Apple Stores all over the world so employees could watch it live. You can see some of the footage here. On Sunday Apple held a private memorial for Jobs at Stanford University, scene of his legendary 2005 commencement speech.

The company included a tribute to Jobs just before it announced record profits

Jobs died on 6 October from respiratory arrest linked to the spread of his pancreatic cancer. Tributes to the Apple co-founder poured in from all over the world. Rumours say he worked on the iPhone 5 as his last project, which should build excitement even more for the yet-to-be-announced handset.