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Steve jobs as a contributor
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Steve jobs as a contributor

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Steve Jobs Contribution to this modern era....
The greatest contributor to modern computing.

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  • 1. STEVEN PAUL JOBS
  • 2.  Steven was born on 24th Feb. 1995 in San Francisco.  He was born to Abdulfattah Jandali and joanne Schieble and because of some family reasons he was put up for adoption.  Later he was adopted by Paul and Clara Jobs.
  • 3.  Jobs attended Homested High School in Cupertino California.  Then he went to Reed College in Portland Oregon in 1972.  After studying first semester in Reed college he was dropped out because of some financial problems.
  • 4.  In 1976 Jobs with his friend Steve Wozniak built their first computer the Apple I.  The Apple II followed in 1977 and the company apple computers was formed shortely.
  • 5.  In 1985 Jobs was fired from Apple and immediately founded another computer company “NeXT”.  In 1986 Jobs bought the computer graphics group and named it as “Pixar”. Later in 1991 Disney signed an agreement with Pixar.  In 1996 Apple bought NeXT and Jobs returned to apple becoming its new CEO.
  • 6.  The iMAc Under Jobs' leadership, Apple introduced the all-in-one iMac computer in 1998. The iMac looked steadfastly toward the future, becoming the first machine to eschew a floppy-disk drive (it offered only a CD-ROM slot). It was also marketed as being Internet- ready out of the box.  The iBook The company released a cheaper, more consumer-friendly laptop. The iBook, introduced in 1999, came with Wi-Fi technology and included some style updates as well.
  • 7.  The iPod The iPod, first introduced in 2001, was so successful that its name has become synonymous with mp3 players, the way we call all tissues "Kleenex." Like other Apple products, the iPod was sleek, simple and stylish, with thousands of songs just a wheel- spin away.  The iTunes The iPod wouldn't have been such a smash without the help of other products backing it up. Chief among these was the media-player program iTunes, which Apple also introduced in 2001. iTunes let people play and organize digital music and video files, both on their computers and on portable devices
  • 8.  The iPhones The introduction of the iPhone in 2007 had a seismic effect on the Smartphone industry that reverberates to this day. Before the iPhone, smartphones were used primarily for chatting and emailing; now they are web-surfing, do-everything machines packed full of useful (and, often, time-wasting) apps.  The iPad By 2010, Steve Jobs was confident the world was ready to embrace a new type of device — a tablet computer that would be great for watching movies and playing games, but less so for cranking out reports and term papers.
  • 9.  Meanwhile Jobs was suffering from pancreatic cancer and underwent surgery in 2004.  Despte the success of this operation he became increasingly ill and received a liver transplant in 2009.  He took his last breath on 5th October 2011.

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