- Early Life
- Achievements and
- Personal Life and Death
• Steven Paul Jobs.
• Born on February 24, 1955
• San Francisco, California,
Net worth: $US 8.3 billion (July
Religion : Zen Buddism
Spouse : Lauren Powell
Children : Lisa Brennan Jobs,
Reed Jobs, Erin Jobs and Eve
• Jobs was adopted at birth by Paul Jobs and
• Clara Jobs couldn’t bear to give birth because
she had an ectopic pregnancy.
• Paul Jobs worked as mechanic and a
carpenter, while Clara was an accountant.
HIS TEENAGE LIFE!
• Jobs's youth was riddled with frustrations over formal
schooling. At Monta Loma Elementary school in Mountain
• When he get to college, Jobs dropped out after 6 months.
• Was an American entrepreneur, marketer, and
inventor, who was the co-founder, chairman, and
CEO of Apple Inc.
• Transforming his
• He co-founded
and was chief
executive of Pixar
• Also a member of
the board of
directors of The
Company in 2006.
• Jobs and his partner, Wozniak, invented Apple I
• Jobs was a persuasive and charismatic director for
• His employees from that time described him as an
erratic and tempermental manager.
• Jobs founded NeXT Inc. in 1985 after his resignation
with $7 million.
• After NeXT was acquired by Apple Inc. in 1997,
WebObjects was used to build and run the Apple
Store, MobileMe services, and the iTunes Store.
Innovation in Apple Products
• Apple Inc. company introduced iPods, the portable
music players, iTunes digital music software, and
the iTunes Store.
• Apple entered the cellular phone business with the
introduction of the iPhone, a multi-touch display
• Then he came up with some innovations to Apple’s
• There is a tablet, which called iPad, cellular phone
• There’s a generation of Apple phones.
• In October 2003, Jobs was diagnosed with cancer.
• In mid-2004, he announced to his employees that
he had a cancerous tumor in his pancreas.
• Jobs died at his Palo Alto, California, home around 3 p.m.
on October 5, 2011, due to complications from a relapse of
neuroendocrine pancreatic cancer.
• Both Apple and Microsoft flew their flags at half-
staff throughout their respective headquarters and
• Bob Iger ordered all Disney properties to fly their
flags at half-staff from October 6 to 12, 2011.