Apple employees gathered in Cupertino for a memorial service to co-founder Steve Jobs.
Until now only Apple employees were able to see the memorial the company held for its leader Steve Jobs.
The outdoor service was held on the company's Cupertino campus last week in front of hundreds of employees and livestreamed at every Apple store across the country. No one outside Apple was allowed on the campus or inside the stores. In fact, stores covered their entrances with white cloth to ensure privacy.
The 80 minute video of the event was posted on the company's website Sunday evening.
Apple titled it: A celebration of Steve's life.
It begins with an acknowledgement of Jobs' widow and a eulogy by current CEO Tim Cook. More eulogies by the likes of Apple board member and former Vice President Al Gore and Apple's chief designer Jony Ive followed. Musical performance were done by Norah Jones and Coldplay.
Those in attendance had described the service as somber but festive, which is true if you watch the video.
One of the moments that seemed to bring down the house happened when Jobs' own voice filled the quad.
A little more than 11 minutes into the service, Cook introduced an audio recording of Apple's "Think Different" commercial, which was voiced by Richard Dreyfuss on television. This time the words were spoken by the man who wrote them: Steve Jobs.
At the memorial it was only audio, but below is the original commercial with Jobs' voice dubbed over.
Jobs family held a private memorial a week ago at Stanford's Palo Alto campus. There was no public service for the Apple chief.