Steve Jobs' daughter Eve has kept a 'one-of-a-kind' Apple item to remember her dad
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Millions of people around the world fondly remember Steve Jobs for his approach to business and his inspirational quotes. But his youngest daughter, Eve, has one memento of her late father that nobody else can lay claim to.
The 25-year-old model was being interviewed by Vanity Fair last year when conversation turned to her famous dad, who passed away in 2011.
After the journalist noted that an iPhone was being used to record their chat, Jobs said: "It’s a beautiful reminder for me every day.
"All day, every day. It really is. It makes me feel warm."
Given that Apple products are used all over the world, she is likely with constant reminders of her dad's legacy.
Being the daughter of Apple's founder also means she has some quirky items stretching back to the very start of Apple, including some old vintage t-shirts in her closet.
She's usually known for wearing high-end outfits on the runway, but at home she keeps it casual.
And one shirt in particular holds a special place in her heart.
The garment is a one-of-a-kind from the Computer 1 era, likely made by her dad when Apple was still being run from his garage in the mid to late 70s.
On the front, the t-shirt alludes to an infamous Biblical character: "Eve had the right idea," it reads.
On the back, the text continues: "She picked an Apple."
For those who didn't pay attention in religious studies, Eve is the first woman as described in the Bible.
Aside from being the original woman, she's best known for succumbing to temptation and taking a bite of an apple from the tree of knowledge.
And with Apple's logo being the fruit with a segment missing, this seemed like a literary nod too good for the tech company to pass up.
Speaking of the shirt, Jobs said: "It means so much to me. I smile every time I wear it."
The shirt likely has sentimental value for her, given that she lost her dad to cancer when she was only 13 years old.
Fortunately, she has her mum to help her through life.
She said: "As my life unfolds a bit, I’m going to find my avenue to impact the most people in the best way possible.
"I want to take my time and get it right and find something I love, just as I see my mum finding ways in which to reach people."