If you happen to be Brazilian and love all things Apple, you would definitely be proud to know that there is now a ‘Steve Jobs Avenue’ in your country, according to Brazilian blog MacMagazine. Steve Jobs Avenue was announced just a day after the Apple co-founder lost his fight against pancreatic cancer last year, and what was once an idea has been declared as official by Jundiai’s city council. The location of the Steve Jobs Avenue is definitely not anywhere near as glamorous as the vibrant cities in the US, but there is a reason why Jundiai has had the honor. This is because Jundiai is located near São Paulo, which in turn hosts the Foxconn factory that has churned out millions of iPhones in Brazil to date.
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