Steve Jobs, Apple Inc’s co-founder, was buried Friday in a private funeral at an undisclosed location apparently to evade protests by an independent Baptist church that holds the iconic entrepreneur responsible for gay marriage.

Jobs’ family held a private funeral Friday, according to The Wall Street Journal, which quoted “a person familiar with the matter.” However, the source refused to disclose where and what time it was held or who were invited, “citing respect for Jobs and his family’s privacy.”

Jobs, the man behind gadgets such as the iPod, iPhone and iPad, was likely not buried in Palo Alto, the Californian city where he lived. Fox News quoted Lt. Sandra Brown, a spokeswoman for the Palo Alto police department, as saying that she believed it was held outside the city.

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