Conspiracy theory: ‘Steve Jobs hiding in Egypt after faking his death’

A picture of a man having a cup of coffee at an outdoor café in Cairo has gone viral on social media after conspiracy theorists claimed it shows the CO-Founder of Apple Steve jobs alive and well, Eight years after his death from cancer.

This picture was the first surface on Facebook before it was shared to Reddit, Where users had a field day with the intriguing Photo.

Despite the lack of an Apple watch or his trademark turtleneck, Many saw a striking resemblance.

Steve Jobs

This Picture brings about the debate on whether the CO-Founder of Apple might still be alive.

Someone Said; “This guy looks too much like Steve Jobs to be so random,”

Others thought his pose gave it away, Saying that “Something about the way he sits.”

The location of Egypt combined fuel for conspiracy theorists, with one user noting it was “Not Farfetched” because Steve jobs birth father was a Syrian Arab.

Another one said:  “Honestly, wouldn’t put it past him. His love for Egypt and that type of simple living.”

“That spirituality that lives there. The need to escape.”

Steve Jobs

A few had their doubts But thought that Steve Jobs maverick nature could lend weight to the theory.

Wrote one;

“Idk [I don’t know] man. I’m not very into conspiracy theories, but Jobs would be crazy enough to actually do it,”

The man was without Shoes and Steve Jobs was well-known for going barefoot while brainstorming.

The CO-Founder of Apple died in 2011 after a battle with pancreatic cancer, which he first made public in 2004.

Actually, this was not the first time that a Picture has sparked talk of the legendary entrepreneur being alive and well.

Some theories appeared in 2014 when another Picture posted to Reddit displayed a man in Rio de Janeiro who bore a striking resemblance to Steve Jobs.

The CO-Founder of Apple stepped away from the company and when he returned in 1997 it was nearing bankruptcy.

In a remarkable turnaround, The company apple went on to become the first company in history to gain a market value of over US$ 1 trillion.

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