"He was an innovator. He was a very smart individual. He'll be missed," said Scott Eoff, an Apple customer.
But the burglars who broke glass and stole computers and phones, they call them downright disrespectful!
"It's not fair to the people who loved him and so disrespectful to the one who worked so hard to make this happen," said Anan Meiclejohn, an Apple customer.
The break-in played out hours after the company announced his death. It happened just as Amy Parker and her boyfriend went to lay flowers at the store.
"I thought it was just a store worker or somebody doing the same thing that we were doing. Th when he spotted us, he started sprinting," said Parker, who witnessed the burglary.
She said the burglar ran out with a big bag of merchandise, jumped in a car, and sped away. It happened so fast that she couldn't get a description.
Repairs began instantly to get things back to normal. However, Parker hopes Jobs' innovation can point out the burlgars.
"He did create 'Find My Phone' so maybe they will turn that on and it will lead them straight there," said Parker.