Steve Jobs' sister released some intimate details of the final moments of the high tech guru's life. In his eulogy, which was printed in the New York Times over the weekend, his biological sister explains how Jobs spent his last days and how he left us with some rather cryptic words to chew on.
According to his sister, Mona Simpson, on Oct. 4, he had called her to his house "like someone whose luggage was already strapped onto the vehicle, who
was already on the beginning of his journey, even as he was sorry, truly
deeply sorry, to be leaving us." She explained that over the day -- as the iPhone 4S event was wrapping up -- he started to fade. But before slipping into unconsciousness around 2 p.m., Jobs spoke his final words.
According to his Simpson: