In this cartoon from The Guardian Martin Rowson pays tribute to the co-founder of Apple Inc, who has died at 56 from cancer.
The image shows a funeral procession, but instead of a coffin, the pallbearers are carrying an iPad displaying a wreath made of apples with the letters RIP (Rest In Peace). The mourners lining the route all have iPads with 'Grief Apps' or virtual wreaths on them.
In a reference to events in the UK, PM David Cameron, Chancellor George Osborne and a fat cat (representing the world of finance), are depicted on the left of the cartoon. Cameron is reading a newspaper with the headline, "Jobs gone forever", a play on the death of Steve Jobs and the fact that every day seems to bring more job losses in austerity Britain.