First Posted: May 05, 2012 03:08 AM EDT

Steve Jobs (Photo : Patents Steve Jobs in Flick)

Steve Jobs (Photo : Steve Jobs)

Steve Jobs (Photo : Steve Jobs)

Apple founder, Steve Jobs, will be remembered in the Smithsonian Institute with an exhibition of his 313 patent.

The exhibition will be on display at the Ripley Museum Center from May 11 to July 18 and with it should highlight the World Day of Intellectual Property 2012.

One of the greatest inventions on display at the Ripley Museum Center will be the 1985 Apple Macintosh which was one of the most recognized patents created by Steve Jobs.

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Although Steve Jobs has 313 patents to his name, it is important mentioning that several patents were registered with his other co-workers at Apple. According to Idg.es, Jobs shares 200 patents with Jonathan Ive while only 33 patents are under his sole name Steve P. Jobs.

People know the story of Steve Jobs pretty well. He was the co-founder and CEO of Apple Inc, a company that took approximately one decade to $2 billion. Later, he was fired from the company he had formed and when he left Apple, Jobs worked hard for  five 5 years and founded other companies named NeXT and Pixar. Pixar would later become a huge success who would create the first short film for Toy Story. It is currently the most successful animation studio in the world.

One of the most memorable stories of Steve Jobs consists on founding Apple in 1976 in his garage together with his friend Steve Wozniak. He would later be fired by the company he gave birth to but later on would find himself returning to Apple in 1997 with Apple bought Job's company NeXT. With the purchase of NeXT, Apple was bringing Jobs, the heart of Apple, back to the company. Finally, Apple was reborn to what it is today under Job's command.   

 

 

 

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