Steven Paul Jobs and His Work With Apple Inc Essay

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Steven Paul Jobs

Steven Paul Jobs (Steve Jobs) was born on February 24, 1955 in San Francisco, California, America. He co-founded Apple Computer Inc. (Now Apple Inc.), NeXT, and Pixar. As an Entrepreneur and Inventor, he has made many devices, and films, including the first computer with Graphical User Interface (GUI). Because of his products, people’s lives are easier, more efficient, and more convenient. He achieved that by

Steve Jobs was an enthusiastic child who was curious about electronics. As a baby, he was put up for adoption by Abdulfattah “John” Jandali and Joanne Carole. His adopted parents were Paul Reinhold and Clara Jobs, who lived in Silicon Valley. Clara taught Steve how to read before starting Monta Loma Elementary
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In 1974, Jobs was hired as a technician at Atari Corporation Inc. in Los Gatos, California. He and Woz decided to start selling logic boards, and after Hewlett-Packard turned down their design in 1976, they founded Apple Computer Inc. in the Jobs' family garage. Their first logic board was called the Apple I. They also made a programming language called Macintosh for the logic boards. One year later, they released an improved version which was cased in coloured plastic, had a built-in keyboard, also had ‘Macintosh’ as the programming language, and was generally more appeasing to the eye.

At age 23, Jobs visited a Technology Research Centre and saw a model of a computer with Graphical User Interface (GUI). In the same year, his girlfriend, Laurene Powell had a baby called Lisa. He brought the idea of GUI to Apple, and that became the “Lisa”, which was one of the first personal computers you didn’t have to assemble yourself.

In 1981, Woz’s Plane crashed. He didn’t die but he quit his job at Apple. In 1984, an improved version of the Lisa called the Macintosh, or Mac, came out. Jobs convinced John Sculley of the Pepsi-Cola company to join Apple by saying “Do you want to sell sugared water for the rest of your life or do you want to change the world?”. After an argument with Sculley in 1985, Sculley convinced the Board of Directors that Jobs had to go because.

After Jobs left Apple, at

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