No he didn't invent anything to cure pancreatic cancer, or even the next version of the iPad, but late Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs is still being credited with patents.
Patently Apple revealed that Apple, along with Jobs, was recently granted a patent for a store design in Shanghai, China, which opened in September, 2010.
The Apple store in Shanghai is similar to the 5th Avenue store in New York City, a glass cylinder leading to a store below ground. It's really beautiful, and one of the most interesting store designs of any retail location in the world.
Included on the patent besides Jobs were Senior Director, Retail Real Estate and Development Benjamin Fay, Peter Bohlin, David Andreini and Karl Backus of Bohlin Cywinski Jackson who created and designed many of Apple's landmark stores, Robert Bridger, current J.C. Penney CEO and ex-Senior Vice President of Retail Operations Ronald Johnston and James O'Callaghan.
Jobs legacy and inspiration live on in Apple store designs, as well as the new campus headquarters, which was the last major initiative Jobs undertook before his death.