That's the right thing to do but not the option most would choose it think.Respect the man's privacy.
Just not tell the police I guess?I would send an email to myself with stuff like "You are awesome" in it.
I would also just keep it and tell everybody I had Steve Jobs' iPad/iMac
The question never stated anywhere that the computer was stolen merchandise. Of course the recent break in did prompt me to pose this question sheerly to generate discussion.Exactly my thoughts... This is a disgusting question... Please close this thread
There's P.C., and then there's stupid. I'm P.C. - and proud of it. So I'm in the "hand it back to the police/family" camp.You people are so P.C.
If Mr. Jobs gave me his Mac I would go to Finder and see how he had his folders setup. I'd look for designs to see what they had been working on. He said he was as proud of the designs that never came to market as the ones that did, so it would be fun to see what they were thinking could be done. TV related and car related products might be something i tried to find further info on.How bout this, just to further discussion.
Mr. Jobs has left you the device (Mac or iPad) in his will. You have no obligation to turn it in to anyone, it is legally yours, and still has his data on it.
Please stop this... Leave this aloneThe question never stated anywhere that the computer was stolen merchandise. Of course the recent break in did prompt me to pose this question sheerly to generate discussion.
Perhaps, one of his family members knew you were an devoted Apple user and gave you the device. Would you still humbly respect the privacy, or would take a peek into the digital life of one of the greatest minds of our time.