Steve Jobs, the founder of Apple, Inc., and the man behind everything from the Macintosh to the iPad, has died at 56.  Beginning in the early 1970′s, jobs vision and innovative style led the way for the development of the personal computer.  Jobs, along with Steve Wozniak, A.C. Markula, Jr., and Ron Wayne, founded Apple in 1976. Jobs had battled pancreatic cancer over the past seven years and even underwent a liver transplant in 2009.

See Apple’s famous “1984″ Super Bowl ad here.

Click here for a slideshow on the evolution of Apple from the Wall Street Journal.