The most memorable Stevenotes of all time

One more thing

The magic of Apple keynotes often laid in the infamous One More Thing surprises. Since Steve Jobs first uttered the phrase at the 1998 MacWorld Expo in San Francisco, it has been a hotly-anticipated part of Apple keynotes for as long as we can remember. It was stopped temporarily after Jobs passed away in 2011, but found its way back on stage in 2014 in the form of the Apple Watch. 

Hopefully, we'll see it again at the 9 September event. 

Stanford commencement address (2005)

Technically, it's not a Stevenote. But this moment on a stage that's not Apple's is probably one of the most memorable to date. Like he said, this Stanford commencement address is as close to a graduation as Steve Jobs has ever gotten (he dropped out of Reed College).

He cited that getting fired from Apple was the best thing that ever happened to him. How is that even possible? Watch for a much needed butt-kick of inspiration on a Monday morning. 

The most important message to take from this? The only way to do great work is to love what you do. 

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