Life Period of Steve Jobs

Life Period of Steve Jobs

Who is Steve Jobs?

Life Period of Steve Jobs,was a technology visionary best known as the co-founder, chairman, and CEO of Apple Inc. he is known as the ‘Father of the Digital World’.

Steven Paul Jobs was born on February 24, 1955 in San Francisco, to Abdulfattan Jandali and Joanne Schieble who gave him up for adoption. Paul and Clara Jobs adopted him.

His family moved to California when he was five years old. Jobs were exposed to the world of mechanics at a very young age. He used to electronic devices in his family’s garage.

What are the summer’s period of Steve and Interests?   

Steve’s father taught him how to build electronics such as radios and televisions. His mother home-schooled him. In 1968, young Steve called up Bill Hewlett to get a summer job at the HP factory.

The next year Steve became friends with Steve Wozniak, with whom he shared a love of electronics and music. After he passed high school, he attended Reed College in 1972.

He dropped out of college in just six months. Instead he pursued creative classes and calligraphy to learn artistic letter writing.

What is Future Goal of Jobs?  And Truth behind ‘Blue Box’

Job’s first job was with Atari Inc. in Los Gatos, California. He worked as a video game designer at the company until 1974 and created a circuit board for video games.

In 1976, Jobs and Wozniak founded the Apple Computer Company. They sold circuit boards to their clients. The two of them invented the Apple I computer. The same year, Wozniak and jobs introduced the early Apple I board at the Homebrew Computer Club. It was called the digital ‘Blue Box’ which allowed free long distance calls.

Apple Controversy Era?  

In 1977, Mike Scott became the CEO of Apple. Wozniak left HP and Joined Apple full time. In the West Coast Computer Faire in 1977, Apple introduced their Apple II model to the public. The Apple II became on the world’s first personal computers. In 1980, they launched Apple III, but it was a failure. The same year, Apple went public and became a million-dollar company.

Jobs launched neXT and”Steve jobs inventions”

In 1981, IBM launched the IBM PC which quickly became a threat to Apple’s future. So, in 1974, the Macintosh software was launched at Apple’s annual meeting.

In 1985, Jobs left Apple due to disagreements between him and the CEO. He started his own company called NeXT Inc. in 1986; he invested in the newly independent Pixar Animation Studios and became Chairman. Steve jobs inventions

Deal With Disney and IBM

In 1988, NeXT and IBM formed a partnership. In 1991, Pixar signed a deal with Disney created the compute-animated film Toy Story. The movie was released in 1995, the same year Jobs became president & CEO of Pixar. Following the success of Toy Story, Jobs became a billionaire.

In 1997, Jobs joined Apple as the CEO again He rebuilt the damaged brand image of Apple. In 1998, Apple’s iMac computer was introduced. Jobs became the permanent CEO of Apple in 2000. In 2001, he launched the iPod, iTunes digital music software, and iTunes Store.

It was an instant success. Pixar was also on the path to success. In 2003, Pixar released another movie called Finding Nemo. The movie won the ‘Best Animated Feature’ Academy Award. In 2005, Disney bought Pixar, and jobs still remained the largest shareholder in the company.

Achievements of Steve  

Jobs received several awards for his revolutionary inventions in the field of technology and the Jefferson Award for Public Service. He was inducted to the California Hall of Fame in 2007. He was named the most powerful person in business and ‘CEO’ of the Decade’ by Fortune magazine. Jobs were posthumously awarded the undoubtedly had a significant impact on the music industry.        

Last Day of Life with Family “Steve Jobs Day”

In August 2011, Jobs resigned as the CEO of Apple. Steve Jobs  death shortly on October 5, 2011, at the age of 56 at home, surrounded by family. California Governor Jerry Brown declared October 16 as ‘Steve Jobs Day’ in honor.