Last week, Apple held a memorial for its late co-founder and visionary Steve Jobs at the company's headquarters in Cupertino, California. The event was a massive production, with thousands of employees gathering for an outdoor celebration, and all of the company's 300+ retail stores being closed for the occasion. Apple's new CEO Tim Cook; Jonny Ive, the company's head of industrial design and close friend of Jobs; former Vice President and Apple Board Member Al Gore and others all gave moving eulogies at the memorial, with massive banners of Jobs hanging in the background.

In his speech, Cook reveals that Jobs's last bit of advice for him was "Don't worry about what I would want, just do what's right."

See footage of the whole event, including performances from Coldplay and Norah Jones, at Apple.

[AllThingsD]