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  • 1. STEVE JOBS -Founder of Apple Inc.
  • 2. EARLY CHILDHOOD
    • Born February 24,1955 in San Francisco, CA to Joanne Carole Schieble and Abdulfattah John Jandali
    • Adopted at birth by Paul and Clara Jobs to live in Santa Clara, California
    • Named- Steven Paul Jobs.
    • Grew up in the Silicon Valley.
  • 3. EDUCATION
    • Graduated high school in Cupertino, California
    • Attended Hewlett-Packard lectures after school.
    • Worked with Steve Wozniak in summer.
    • Attended Reed College after high school.
    • Dropped out after one semester.
    • Continued auditing courses in
    • classes he liked.
    • Did part-time job at Atari to finance
    • trip to India for studying Eastern
    • Culture & Religion.
  • 4. START OF APPLE
    • Raised capital to form Apple company.
    • On April 1, 1976, Apple Computer Co. was formed
    • Their first PC - The Apple I, sold for $666.66
    • The Apple II, released next year, was huge success.
    • In May of 1980, released Apple III.
    • Created PC-Lisa with GUI.
    • From 1977 to 1983, Apple continued
    • to grow exponentially.
    • Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak
  • 5. THE APPLE SERIES
    • Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak released the
    • Apple I to start the PC revolution.
    • The Apple Series includes: I, II, III & Lisa.
    Apple I Apple II Lisa Apple III
  • 6. THE TAKE OFF
    • In 1981, IBM entered PC market & in 2 years began to outsell Apple.
    • Apples sales and shine began to wear off
    • Jobs needed a new computer that could compete with IBM PC
    • January 24, 1984 Jobs introduced Macintosh with:
      • GUI
      • 128K of expandable memory
      • Pointing device: mouse
    Macintosh
  • 7. FROM APPLE TO NEXT
    • In 1985, Jobs helped Bill Gates with Macintosh to create Windows, which could run on IBM PC’s.
    • CEO John Sculley forced Jobs
    • to leave.
    • Jobs then founded NeXT.
    • Created NeXT Cube PC which
    • didnt sell due to:
      • Overpricing
      • Missing software.
    • Changed focus from hardware to software.
  • 8.
    • Pixar- An animation Studio bought by Steve in 1986.
    • Three films contract from Disney.
    • Created first computer animated film.
    • Toy story was an instant hit in 1995
    • Sold to Disney for stock
    • worth about $7.4 billion
    • Steve Jobs with Disney’s CEO
    • Robert Iger
  • 9. STEVE JOBS RETURNS
    • Apple simultaneously did very poorly in the early & mid 90’s due to:
      • Poor leadership
      • Stagnating computer design.
    • In 1996, Apple bought NeXT & with it came Steve Jobs.
    • In 2000, Jobs became CEO of Apple
    • Created iMac – 1 st PC marketed for its looks
  • 10. MACINTOSH PROJECT
    • Original Mac 1984
    iMac
  • 11. RETURN TO PROFITABILITY & INNOVATION
    • Jobs continued innovating with projects like:
      • iPod
      • iTunes
      • Music Store
      • High end computers
    • Under Jobs’ watch, Apple grew fueled by his imagination & quest for perfection
  • 12. iPOD & iTUNES
    • Name changed from Apple Computer Inc. to Apple Inc.
    • iPods sold since year 2001 – 250 mn.
  • 13. iPHONE
    • Phones were broken in Job’s eyes until the iPhone.
    • The iPhone enhanced the phone industry.
    • It is very technologically advanced.
  • 14. iPAD
    • Breakthrough technology
    • Combination of
      • Computer
      • Telephone
      • Internet
      • Entertainment
      • Touchscreen
    • Lightweight
  • 15. HONOURS
    • National Medal of Technology from President Ronald Reagan in 1985 with Steve Wozniak (the first people to ever receive the honor).
    • Jefferson Award for Public Service in the category "Greatest Public Service by an Individual 35 Years or Under" in 1987.
    • Stanford Commencement Speaker in 2005
    • Named the most powerful person in business by Fortune Magazine on November 27, 2007.
    • Inducted into the California Hall of Fame by California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger on December 5, 2007.
  • 16. ACCORDING TO OTHERS
    • Never a powerhouse in terms of sales.
    • Great innovator and creative.
    • Small percentage of P.C market.
    • Positive outlook on comments.
    • Jobs as Genius.
    • Jobs as Creep.
  • 17.
    • Steve married Laurene Powell
    • on March 18, 1991.
    • Had 3 children – Reed, Erin &
    • Eve Jobs.
    • In 2004, Jobs announced to have tumor in his pancreas.
    • On July 31 - had surgery to remove the tumor.
    • In 2009 – Jobs went on 6 months leavefor liver transplant.
    PERSONAL LIFE
  • 18. RECENT UPDATES
    • Apple has total of 284 retail stores
    • Last quarter they had 50,000,000 visitors.
    • App stores 140,000 applications.
    • 3 billion applications downloaded in 18 months
    • Fiscal quarter of 2010 ended with $15.6 bn of revenue making Apple Inc. a
    • more than $50 bn company. 
    • Apple is largest ‘mobile devices’
    • company in the world.
  • 19. QUOTE
    • “ We started out to get a computer in the hands of everyday people, and we succeeded beyond our wildest dreams.”
    • - Steve Jobs
  • 20. CONCLUSION
    • Steve Jobs - extraordinary man by standards.
    • Left mark in 4 industries:
      • PC
      • Music
      • Phone
      • Animation
    • Changed million of lives by making technology easy to use.
    • You know what the BEST part is?
      • HE’s NOT DONE YET!!!
  • 21. THANK YOU!!!
  • 22. QUERIES???