GREENBURGH, N.Y. Woodlands High School seniors Kimberly Escalante and Brendan Burke were among millions who mourned the death of Apples founder Steve Jobs.
He made a great contribution, Escalante said. Children see technology now as a link to the world.
Burke said he is worried about Apples future, now that it lost its leader, who lost his battle with pancreatic cancer.
I dont think its going to be the same, he said.
Burke, who mentioned he has an iPad, remembers the old Mac computers with rainbow logos he used to see at Lee F. Jackson Elementary School, when he was only five years old.
Those were really cool, he said.
He had one last thing to add about the Apples founder. Rest in piece, Steve Jobs, Burke said.
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