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Joseph Tame went on a 21 km run with an iPhone, using its GPS and the Runkeeper app to create an Apple logo over the map of Tokyo. Why? As a thank you for everything Steve Jobs did for, yes, runners.

Steve Jobs running

By Briana Rognlin for

Runners: How often do you use apple products to track your runs, motivate yourself with music, or text your running buddies at the start of a race?

As a thank you for all that and more, Joseph Tame, a freelance digital media producer and runner who lives in central Tokyo, produced the above tribute to Steve Jobs back in August, just after Jobs announced he’d be stepping down as Apple’s CEO.

He created the image by going on a a 21 km run around Tokyo with an iPhone, using its GPS and the Runkeeper app to create an Apple logo over the map of Tokyo, posted on his blog, Art Of Running.

Keep reading to find out about Tame’s love affair with apple products and how they’ve improved his life as a runner…

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