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Editor’s note: This article is based on an Ars Technic article by Steve Jobs’ daughter.
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Steve Jobs, the Apple co-founder, was the founder of Apple, Inc., and was born August 4, 1945 in Cupertino, California.
Jobs’ father was the CEO of the Apple Computer Company, and he was also an engineer at Apple.
After graduating from Stanford University, Jobs started his career in the aerospace industry.
He was a graduate of MIT in electrical engineering and computer science, and went on to work at Lockheed Martin where he worked on the F-35 fighter jet program.
He later became a partner at McKinsey & Co., where he led the firm’s strategic planning and business development.
He became the youngest man ever to lead a major technology company, becoming CEO in 2003.
Jobs was also a prolific author, and his biography Apple by Steve has sold more than 40 million copies worldwide.
His most famous book, The Art of the Deal, is still the most widely read book on the subject.
Jobs is best known for his contributions to the iPod, the first computer to use a chip that could play music, and for the creation of the first Apple watch.
He has also been credited with being the inventor of the iPod and the iPad.
Jobs also invented the Apple Watch, the iPhone, and the MacBook Pro.
Jobs founded Apple Computer in 1976, and was the first CEO to leave the company.
In January 2017, Apple announced that he had died.
In an interview with The Associated Press, Jobs was asked how he felt when he discovered the Apple logo.
He replied, “It’s the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen.
The first thing I ever looked at was it and thought, ‘Oh, that’s the Apple brand logo.'”