Steve Jobs was Apple's co-founder, CEO, and chairman of the board. Born Steven Paul Jobs on February 24, 1955, he co-founded Apple with Steve Wozniak on April 1, 1976.
During his first tenure at Apple, Jobs helped bring the Apple II and Mac to the market, revolutionizing command-line and graphical user interface computing respectively. After returning to Apple as CEO, Jobs brought the iMac, iPod, iTunes, Apple Stores, iPhone, and iPad to market, revolutionizing digital music and music selling, retail, smartphones, and tablets. He passed away on October 5, 2011, the day after the introduction of the iPhone 4s. Outside of Apple, Jobs also founded NeXT, on whose technologies OS X was based, and turned Pixar into a movie power house before selling it to Disney.
Jobs was succeeded at Apple by Tim Cook
Most people know who Steve Jobs is, even people who don't use Apple products. However, did you know these 10 little-known facts about Apple founder Steve Jobs?
Tim Cook honored Steve Jobs memory on the day the Apple co-founder was officially awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Steve Jobs, along with sixteen other recipients, will be honored with the Presidential Medal of Freedom in a ceremony at the White House.
Apple has released "Celebrating Steve," its short film tribute to Steve Jobs, on its official YouTube channel.
Stev Jobs wanted Dell to install two of his operating systems on PCs, but it was a no-go from the start.
In a memo to Apple employees, CEO Tim Cook reflected on the memory of Steve Jobs and the legacy he left at the company.
Apple's website has been updated to mark the 10-year anniversary of the passing of Steve Jobs. The site features a touching short film and a statement from Jobs' family.
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