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“Three apples have changed the world. One seduced Eve, The second awakened Newton, The third one was in the hands of jobs. On twitter and facebook



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On (how to live your) life - Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life … Stay hungry. Stay foolish.” -2005 Stanford commencement speech. On simplicity - “That’s been one of my mantras – focus and simplicity. Simple can be harder than complex.” - Business week 1998 On progress - “Things don’t have to change the world to be important.” -Wired 1996 On what people (really) want - “You can’t just ask the customers what they want and then try to give that to them. By the time you get it built, they’ll want something new.” -Inc Magazine 1989


STEVE PAUL JOBS……. Steven Paul "Steve" Jobs . (February 24, 1955 – October 5, 2011) He was an American inventor and entrepreneur . He was co-founder, chairman, and chief executive officer of Apple Inc. He also was co-founder and previously served as chief executive of Pixar Animation Studios He became a member of the board of directors of the Walt Disney Company in 2006, following the acquisition of Pixar by Disney .


EARLY CHILDHOOD (1955-75) Born in San Francisco on February 24, 1955 to Joanne Carole Schieble and Abdul fattah John Jandali A week after he was born, he was put up for adoption by his mother. He was adopted by Paul and Clara Jobs of Mountain View, Santa Clara County, California. They gave him the name “Steven Paul Jobs”. He did his schooling from Los Altos city and later dropped out from his college. Studied Eastern mysticism


EDUCATIONAL CAREER……. He attended Cupertino Middle School and Homestead High School, both in Cupertino, California He attended after school lectures at the Hewlett-Packard Company, where he was later hired. He worked there with Steve Wozniak as a summer employee After high school, he attended Reed College in Portland, Oregon for one semester, and then dropped out Two years later, in 1974, he started going to meetings for the “Homebrew Computer Club” with Steve Wozniak in California Jobs took a job at Atari, a popular video game company, as a technician, hoping to save enough money for a spiritual retreat to India He came back from the trip, head shaved, wearing traditional Indian clothing, and ready to go back to Atari. He was given the job of creating the circuit board for the game “Breakout”, and $100 for each chip he could reduce. He gave the job to Wozniak, who created a design so tight, the assembly line couldn’t do it, and reduced the design by 50 chips.


PERSONAL LIFE…. Steve married Laurene Powell on March 18, 1991, and had 3 children-2 daughters and 1 son. In 2004, Jobs announced that he had a tumor in his pancreas. It was a less threatening type of pancreatic cancer, however, and on July 31, he had surgery to remove the tumor. He did not need further chemotherapy or radiation therapy

Personality of Steve Job's…..:

Personality of Steve Job's….. Had interest in electronics. Steve was hardware expert and had a vision for a personal computer that was affordable and easy to use. Job’s goal was to change the world with his computers. He was also very demanding of his employees. Steve cocky attitude and lack of management skills made jobs a threat to apple’s success. Steve jobs was overconfident and did not see gates and Microsoft as a serious threat to apple .


VISION AND MISSION OF STEVE JOB'S….. VISION “Man is the creator of change in this world. As such he should be above systems and Structures, and not subordinate to them.” MISSION “Apple is committed to bringing the best personal computing experiences to students, educators, creative professionals and consumers around the world through its innovative hardware, software and internet offerings.”

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The word used most about Steve Jobs is VISION . “ Steve Jobs has a vision that the Apple computer is an extension of what people do. He wants every kid in school to have access to one.” In many ways Steve Jobs’ devices help me be me, and they help you be you.

Apple’s early years (1975-81):

Apple’s early years (1975-81) After Jobs saw a computer Wozniak had designed he decided to turn it into a business. On April 1,1976, the Apple Computer Co. was Formed Their first PC, the Apple I, sold for $666.66, and was released in 1976 The Apple II, which was released the next year, was a huge success In May of 1980, they released the Apple III. Their Apple III computer had already bombed on the marketplace .It wasn’t as popular, but that same year, Apple became a publicly traded corporation, greatly expanding Job’s company.

Apple’s early years (1975-81):

Apple’s early years (1975-81) But Apple’s success was threatened, as industry giant IBM was planning to enter the personal computer market in 1981. Apple had to fight back or they would go out of business in a couple of years’ time. They focused all their energy on a project headed by Steve Jobs: Lisa. The Lisa computer was a breakthrough because it used a graphical user interface instead of a command-line interface. This technology, like many others that would revolutionize computing, was invented at Xerox PARC — but Apple was the first company to bring it to market.

Loss to Steve Job:

Loss to Steve Job Steve Jobs was the founder and inspiration for the Apple Company, but he was slowly pushed out for“aggressive and underhanded tactics” Employees said he had a temper, and was usually stubborn After an internal power struggle, he was eventually kicked off the board of directors Jobs protested and resigned, even though he stayed the chairmen for some time. He was so upset, he sold all but one of his Apple shares During this time, Jobs bought what became “Pixar” from Lucasfilm for $5 million

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It was actually in that second half of 1985 that he was introduced to a small team of brilliant computer graphics experts that George Lucas was trying to sell. They all shared a common dream of making animated movies with computers. Steve was interested and he eventually bought the company for $10 million in 1986, incorporating it as Pixar. He also started the computer company “NeXT Computer” Though it never went very mainstream, due to high costs, it was responsible for many important innovations, including “NeXTMail”, Jobs’ email program that supported embedded graphics and sounds and the original World Wide Web system

Steve Returns……:

Steve Returns…… Apple bought NeXT in 1996, bringing Jobs back to Apple When the CEO in 1997, Gil Amelio, was thrown out, Jobs took his place To show how profitable he could make Apple again, he released a number of new items like the Newton, Cyberdog, and OpenDoc The coming years brought many new products, including Mac OSX in 2001 , the iMac, the iPod, iMovie (1999), iTunes (2001), iDVD (2001), iPhoto (2002), iCal and iSync (2002), Garage Band (2004) and finally iWeb (2006).

Steve's Accomplishments…..:

Steve's Accomplishments….. Steve is in the Guinness Book of World Records as the "Lowest Paid Chief Executive Officer”, with a salary of just $1. However, gifts like a $46 million jet and just under 30 million shares of restricted stock make him very well off to say the least Pixar, which Jobs bought in 1986, has been responsible for films such as “Toy Story”, “Finding Nemo”, and “The Incredibles”. Relations with Disney were getting tough, though, and Jobs announced that they would find a new partner in 2004. But, when Eisner was replaced by Bob Iger in 2005, he improved relations, and Disney bought Pixar for $7.4 billion. This made Steve Jobs the largest single shareholder of the Walt Disney Company, with 7% of the stock.


TOP 10 PRODUCTS BY STEVE JOBS The Apple II iMac Mac OS X iPod NeXT iTunes MacBook Air iPhone App Store iPad




THOUGHTS OF DIFFERENT PEOPLE “I am deeply saddened to learn of the demise of Steve Jobs. He was a truly innovative man.” - Prime Minister MANMOHAN SINGH “Steve was among the greatest of American innovators… The world has lost a visionary.” - US President BARACK OBAMA

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“Steve Jobs was simply the greatest CEO of his generation.” - News Corp CEO RUPERT MURDOCH “His untimely death is a huge loss to us all. The world has lost a great business leader and a great visionary.” - Tata Group chairman RATAN TATA



Steve Jobs Left Behind Plans For Four Years of Apple Products :

Steve Jobs Left Behind Plans For Four Years of Apple Products Former Apple CEO Steve Jobs has died, but his fingerprints will likely be seen in products for years to come. The Daily Mail reports that Jobs left behind plans for at least four generations worth of iPads, iPhones, iPods, and MacBooks. In order to protect the future of the company he co-founded in 1976, Jobs spent a year preparing plans for four more cycles of these gadgets, the Daily Mail said. Despite his declining health, Jobs also fought for the approval of the plans for Apple's new massive spaceship-like headquarters in Cupertino. In June, Jobs appeared before the Cupertino City Council to outline plans for the 3.1 million square foot circular structure that will house 12,000 Apple employee. Jobs' successor Tim Cook on Tuesday announced Apple's fifth generation smartphone, the iPhone 4S.

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“ Remembering that I’ll be dead soon is the most important tool I’ve ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life. Because almost everything — all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure — these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important. Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose.” -BY STEVE JOB’S….

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