Within a week of the Apple co-founder's October 5 passing, his image and inventions appeared on magazine covers across the globe.
Bloomberg Businessweek (Oct. 17, 2011)
The trade gives Jobs a special issue, free of advertising, three years after accidentally publishing his obituary on its website.
Correio (Oct. 7, 2011)
Jobs' profile appeared as a bite out of the Apple logo in this now viral image from the Brazilian paper.
New Yorker (Oct. 17, 2011)
Drawn by artist Barry Blitt, the cover features Saint Peter checking an iPad for Jobs' name at the pearly gates.
Libération (Oct. 7, 2011)
The French newspaper deconstructs the Apple logo on an otherwise stark memorial cover.
Newsweek (Oct. 15, 2011)
The commemorative issue features a story from editor Tina Brown's husband Harold Evans, drawing parallels between Jobs and past inventors.
Billboard (Oct. 15, 2011)
Jobs, specifically his role in the recording industry and the boom in digital music, is examined in the THR sister publication.
Time (Oct. 17, 2011)
Jobs' eighth appearance on the cover of Time includes 21 pages of coverage pulled together after the issue had already gone to press.
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