LOS ANGELES – Post-death honor comes to the iconic inventor and Apple’s founderon Saturday when he was given a Grammy Trustee Award for his contributions in the shape of iPod and iTunes Music Store.
According to CBS News reports; Steve Jobs was awarded to “recognize contributions to the music industry in areas other than performance,” and the award was received by Eddy Cue - Apple’s SVP of Internet Software and Services.
Cue told that accepting that award (on behalf of Steve Jobs) meant lot to him because music menat so much to Jobs.
“He told us that music shaped his life. It made him who he was. Everyone who knows Steve knows the profound impact that artists likeand the Beatles had on him”, Cue expressed further.
This is not the first Grammy award for Apple as it was awarded a technical Grammy in 2002, but this award is intended exclusively for Jobs.