Of the 484 inventions that bear Jobs' name, more than 30% were awarded after his death.

By Philip Elmer-DeWitt
November 29, 2014

His first was for the “personal computer.” The big glass cube on New York’s Fifth Ave. was one of his last.

How significant was Jobs’ contribution? MIT Technology Review’s Antonio Regalado has the story.

See also: Steve Jobs’ Patents

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