Steve Jobs memorial grows outside NYC Apple Store

Residents across the tri-state area are paying tribute tonight to Steve Jobs, the Apple co-founder who died last night after a long battle with pancreatic cancer.The sidewalk outside the Apple Store in Manhattan was bedecked with flowers, apples and apple candles, along with thank you notes and personal mementos."It's amazing how an inventor can really touch everyone's lives across the globe," Manhattan resident Rob Takacs said. "So you see 200 people here to pay their respects."Jobs, 56, was responsible for introducing the world to the Mac, iPod and iPhone, among other innovations, and many Apple users say they learned of his passing on devices he created.Apple released a statement saying, in part, that "the world has lost an amazing human being."Full Apple statementApple co-founder Steve Jobs dead at 56

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