of an product or feature, especially if it's uneconomical or should be obsolete by the time. The origin is from
Steve Jobs's return to Apple as interim CEO (and later permanent iCEO).
Floppy drives, SCSI, and legacy serial ports were all steved with the release
of the original
iMac. Apple-branded printers, Newton PDA's, and Easter Eggs within
the Mac OS were also steved.