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Monday, 6 June 2016

Apple provides a tribute to Muhammad Ali after his death

If you see around and go through the official website of Apple, you'll notice that they have updated their homepage with a tribute to legendary boxer Muhammad Ali by a photograph of him with a phrase. The historic boxer died Friday at age 74. Ali was admitted to hospital earlier this week due to respiratory diseases, which were complicated further because of a long battle with Parkinson's disease.

The boxer had more than 30 years battling Parkinson's disease that is characterized as a neurological disorder that affects the motor skills of the person.

Clearly the great loss suffered by the international boxing since Muhammad Ali came three times world champion heavyweight and won an Olympic gold medal only at 18 years old.

Because of this shocking news, Apple decided to make a small tribute to the legendary wrestler putting on its home page a photograph in black and white of a young Muhammad Ali exhibiting their fists hardened boxing because of the office itself.

The tribute made ​​on the Apple website includes a quote that says: "the man who has no imagination has no wings". The Cupertino company has been a longtime fan of Ali, so much so that in one of his videos advertising, the boxer is shown displaying their best moves and punches with the final sample of the slogan "Think Different" in 1997.

Following the announcement of his death on Friday, Apple CEO Tim Cook shared a commemorative Ali tweet about your account, as did Phil Schiller. Ali's family have also been reported via Twitter to share more details about his death and honoring his life, including his daughter Hana.

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