For a man who famously adhered to a strict dress code in his later years, Steve Jobs sure went through a variety of different styles throughout his career and life, as this excellent, high quality photo album shows.
From his early, shaggy-haired days in 1976, building the first Apple computer with co-founder Steve Wozniak in his parents' garage in Los Altos, Calif., to his appearances as the sleek, trimmed, bespectacled master of ceremonies at Apple's keynotes, Jobs evolved along with his company and the industry writ large.
Plus, there's something a bit magical, as he might put it, about seeing him interacting with the devices and people to whom he devoted his life's work.
The last photo is particularly evocative, showing Jobs at his final keynote in June, standing among giant, larger-than-life sized models of the iPad, iPhone, iPod and Macbook, a silver iCloud floating above him. It's almost Willy Wonkaish -- in the best way.
Check them all out here.