Apple Remembers Nelson Mandela on Its Homepage

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Apple has removed all product placements on its homepage tonight and has instead replaced them with an image of Nelson Mandela, honoring the late South African president’s life a day after he passed at the age of 95.

Apple executives had previously commented on Mandela’s death on Twitter, with SVP Phil Schiller tweeting a quote from Mandela. CEO Tim Cook also tweeted a quote, but offered thoughts on the passing of Mandela as well:

Amazing human being. Champion of freedom and human dignity. He set an example for all of the world. RIP Nelson Mandela. We miss you already.

This is one of the few times Apple has honored someone’s life on its homepage, with the others being people such as Rosa Parks, board member Jerry York and Steve Jobs.

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