Steve Jobs’ Doppelganger Spotted In Pakistan Or Egypt

Apple cofounder Steve Jobs passed away in 2011 after a long battle with pancreatic cancer, but his legacy lives on in the iPhone and iPad. He was the face of Apple, so few will ever forget what he looked like. Now someone has spotted his twin and snapped a photo, and that photo is making its way around the internet. It seems that Steve Jobs’ doppelganger is living in the Middle East and North Africa region, based on the clothing.

Is Steve Jobs’ doppelganger from Egypt or Pakistan?

It’s unclear where exactly the photo of Steve Jobs’ doppelganger originated from, but it may have come from this Facebook post identified by CNET. The photo has been shared on Reddit and other social networks multiple times, usually with a funny caption.

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Some of the Reddit posts place Steve Jobs’ doppelganger in Pakistan, while others claim the photo was taken in Egypt. Interestingly, he was barefoot in the photo, and Jobs was known for going barefoot often.

Social media users were quick to point out that the man isn’t wearing an Apple Watch like Jobs would have if he were still alive. Others approached the photo like the many conspiracy theories about Elvis Presley still being alive long after his death.

“Dead Trillion Dollar corporation founder hiding in terrorist infested Egypt,” another Twitter user wrote. “Conspiracy theorists: Seems legit.”

No one seems to know who this man really is, but he has become famous for merely looking like Jobs in profile. Some are suggesting Apple should give him a job or that Jobs has come back from the dead to save the company he co-founded with Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne.