Apple co-founder and visionary, Steve Jobs, left behind a huge mark on the world by enlightening consumers around the world with the company’s top of the line computer and mobile products. Soon after Jobs’ death, people all over the world began to honor the late CEO by naming schools, stores, and many other products after him. Now, it seems his legacy will be preserved for future generations to experience. According to a report from CNN, Steve Jobs‘ childhood home in Los Gatos, California may soon become a historical landmark protected by the state.
The Jobs family moved into the house when he was in junior high school, and he was living there when he and Wozniak built the first Apple computers and started their company from its garage. Apple went on to become a model for visionaries and other companies all around the world, illustrating the true definition of a company starting up in Silicon Valley.
The Los Altos Historical Commission will reportedly conduct a “historic property evaluation” of the home, which means that it would be preserved if they approve it as a historical site. There is no reason the LAHC shouldn’t approve this as a historical site, as it contains so much of Apple’s history—a company that changed the technology world through its business and consumer practices.