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Conspiracy theorists have flown in a frenzy over a photo that, according to them, shows Steve Jobs alive and well and alive in Egypt

Conspiracy theorists believe Steve Jobs is LIVING and lives in Egypt – after a picture of a man strikingly similar to the recent founder of Apple on the internet

  • Conspiracy theorists claim that Steve Jobs lives and lives in Egypt
  • Speculation began on Sunday, after a Reddit user shared a photo of a man with striking similarities with the founder of Apple
  • More than 1,700 people responded to the image and debated whether it could be Jobs – who died in 2011
  • The person who posted the photo did not identify when the photo was taken
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Conspiracy theorists flew in a frenzy over a photo that they think Steve Jobs is alive and well.

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The snap, which was taken in Egypt and shared with reddit on Sunday, shows a man who is strikingly similar to the deceased Apple founder who is sitting on a plastic chair.

After the photo was posted on the community website, hundreds of people left comments stating that the person was not only a doppelgänger, but that it was actually Jobs himself – despite the fact that the tech guru died in 2011.

& # 39; Frankly, it wouldn't pass him by. His love for Egypt and that kind of simple life, speculated one.

are not very fond of conspiracy theories, but Jobs would be crazy enough to actually do it, & she added.

Conspiracy theorists have flown in a frenzy over a photo that, according to them, shows Steve Jobs alive and well and alive in Egypt

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Conspiracy theorists have flown in a frenzy over a photo that, according to them, shows Steve Jobs alive and well and alive in Egypt

Another claimed: & # 39; I know this is a joke, but WTF, this guy looks too much like Steve Jobs to be so random & # 39 ;.

The Apple icon was known for often putting his hand on his chin while deep in thought, and viewers with eagle eyes on Reddit noticed that the man in the picture did exactly the same.

& # 39; He has the pose down. This is super weird. Very large similarity, & # 39; they noted.

And while the man in the photo did not wear Jobs & # 39; s characteristic turtleneck and blue bootcut jeans, he saw the distinctive round glasses of the Apple icon.

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He also went barefoot and wore a white robe that some viewers believed would be in line with Jobs's interest in Buddhism and spirituality.

After the photo was posted on the community website, hundreds of people left comments stating that the person was not just a doppleganger, but that it was actually Jobs himself

After the photo was posted on the community website, hundreds of people left comments stating that the person was not just a doppleganger, but that it was actually Jobs himself

Jobs himself is pictured before his death in 2011

Jobs himself is pictured before his death in 2011

After the photo was posted on the community website, hundreds of people left comments stating that the person (left) was not just a doppleganger, but that it was actually Jobs himself (right)

However, a Reddit user noted that the man was wearing an analog watch – while Jobs would almost certainly wear an Apple Watch.

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Several others ended the speculation by noting that Jobs's biological father was Syrian, which means that there were people in neighboring Egypt who were somewhat similar to Jobs.

Another Reddit user also put a damper on claims by saying that Jobs would never let Apple take the turns it had in the eight years since his death.

& # 39; I want to believe, but Jobs would not be mentally able to just let Apple rest on its laurels, & # 39; they explained.

The user who uploaded the photo did not indicate when it was taken or gives details about the exact location.

Jobs lost his battle with pancreatic cancer in October 2011, at the age of 56.

Jobs lost his battle with pancreatic cancer in October 2011, at the age of 56. It is shown in January 2010
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Jobs lost his battle with pancreatic cancer in October 2011, at the age of 56. It is shown in January 2010

Jobs lost his battle with pancreatic cancer in October 2011, at the age of 56. It is shown in January 2010

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