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Steve Jobs’ Death Gets the ‘New Yorker’ Treatment

Apple founder gets a little ribbing on his way through the pearly gates

Not even the demise of computer pioneer Steve Jobs is safe from the cutting wit of "The New Yorker."

Jobs, who died last Wednesday at the age of 56, appears on the Oct. 17 issue of the magazine, attempting to pass through the Pearly Gates as St. Peter checks his name on — what else? — an iPad. Oh, you rascals…

Hey, at least they didn't make any "iCloud" jokes.