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Steve Jobs
Steve Jobs
Jade Alexie Scott–Barria Ms.Fama September24, 2012
Timeline (February 24 1955 – October 5 2011)
February 24, 1955 – Steven Paul was born in San Francisco. He was adopted by Paul and Clara Jobs.
Summer 1968 – When Steve Jobs was 13–years–old he got a summer job at the HP factory.
1969 – 1972 – Steve Jobs meets Steve Wozniak at the HP factory, who shares his same passion for electronics. They later become business partners.
1973 – Steve attends Reed College, Oregon, and...show more content...
Here is how he did it.
Born in San Francisco in February 1955 to two unmarried graduate students, Steve was put up for adoption within a week of his birth. He was
adopted by Paul and Clara Jobs, who soon after moved to Mountain View, California, a rural town Silicon Valley. Steven Paul Jobs was named after
his adoptive father who was a machinist. A neighbor down the street introduced him to the wonders of electronics, which taught him about the inner
workings of products. When Jobs was 13 he got a job at HP Factory which was where he met Steve Wozniak who shared the same passion for
electronics. Wozniak was an electronic genius who built his own personal computer for fun. They later become business partners.
Steve attended Reed College, Oregon, and then dropped out after the first semester although he would unofficially attend classes in subjects that
interested him, like calligraphy.
Jobs returned to California and briefly took a job at Atari, one of the first companies he worked for in order to save money for a trip to India for
enlightenment. He shortly resigned and left for India with an old friend.
On his return Steve started hanging around Wozniak, the electronic genius. The Apple Computer was formed on April fool's Day 1976, after Jobs and
Wozniak created a new computer circuit board in Jobs's family garage. The Apple 1 computer goes on sale by the summer for $666.66.
On the tail of the early PC revolution, Apple took off like a rocket. It went
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Steve Jobs: Innovative Genius Essay
Steve Jobs was an innovative mastermind with visions that helped change the world. He co–founded Apple inc. which is a well–known billion dollar
company, and also invented products so popular, almost anyone you ask owns a product of his. In order to understand why Steve Jobs is an
american cultural icon, one needs to have a description of his background and a critical analysis of his moral behavior. Born on the 24th of
February, 1955, Jobs was born. Jobs biological parents were graduates of Wisconsin who could not afford a child at the time, so jobs was put up for
adoption. Jobs got adopted by a new father which was a machinist who worked at a laser manufacturer called spectra physics and a new mother who
worked as an accountant. Jobs was...show more content...
Jobs gladly accepted the offer for the internship and there would meet another important person needed to continue his success. When Steve was
fulfilling his internship at HP, he met employee Steve Wozniak. They both knew each other because Wozniak previously attended the same high
school as Jobs, but graduated and dropped out of college. Jobs and Wozniak were great friends from this point on, inventing and collaborating
projects together, even creating a machine capable of free international calls. "Jobs and I clicked so well because we both possessed a passion not
many understood yet", Wozniak claimed. later, Jobs would graduate and go on to attend Reed College, though shortly after dropping out of college
himself to pursue his interest in electronics with Wozniak. Both of the two worked for a company known as Atari, a well–known video game
company, they invented atari games. When both of the two knew they could use their smarts to do great things, they did. They created Apple inc.
and used Jobs fathers garage as a work space, office, and headquarters for the company. In that garage, they created personal technology, scaled down
from huge, monstrous machines large enough to only fit in the average size living room to an electronic box only about the one third the size of an
average sized office desk. This first invention of theres in 1977 was known as the Apple II.
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The Life of Steve Jobs
Steve Paul Jobs was born in San Francisco, California on February 24th, 1955. He was born to Joanne Schieble, and Abdulfattah Jandali. Both of
them were graduates of the University of Wisconsin. Unfortunately, they gave the unnamed (Steve)son up for adoption. His father, Abdulfattah
Jandali, was a Syrian political science professor and his mother, Jonne Schieble worked as a speech therapist. Later after they gave Steve up for
adoption the married couple had another child, Mona Simpson. It was not until Steve was 27 that he was able to discover this information on his
biological parents. As an infant, Steve was adopted by Clara and Paul Jobs and named Steven P. Jobs. Clara worked as an accountant and Paul was
a Coast Guard Veteran and machinist. The family lived in Mountain View in California's Silicon Valley. As a boy, Stece and his father Paul would
work on electronics in the family garage. Paul would show Steve how to take apart and reconstruct them, a hobby which instilled something great into
Steve. As time went on Steve preferred to do things by himself. He was very competitive and tenacious with certain things. However he was not
interested in team sports or other group activites. While Steve being a very intelligent and innovative kid, his youth was riddled with frustrations over
formal schooling. He was a prankster in elementary school; Some of Steve's teachers even had to bribe him to study. When it came to testing results,
Steve did so well that the Administrators
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Steve Jobs Essay
Steve Jobs was born on February 24, 1955 in Los Altos, California. He is Co–founder, Chairman, and former CEO of Apple Inc. Steve Jobs and Steve
Wozniak high school friends and both college dropouts joined together to start Apple Computer in 1976. They are credited for inventing the first
computer for home use. They made it possible for people to have a computer anywhere in their home, or on an office desk, where previously a single
computer took up a whole room. There creation changed the world. However Steve Jobs didn't change what was in the products but how they looked,
functioned, and what they meant.
In 1776 the Apple I was finished being created. Jobs and Wozniak had spent six months creating the prototype of the Apple I in a...show more content...
He didn't only pay attention to what was in his products but what they looked like and what they meant to his buyers. That is how he changed the
world, not with what his products have in them, all of the components of his products are the same as any other out there, but with how they look and
what they make easier in our lives. No one goes out and says oh I'm going to buy a MP3 player that's only 29.00$, they're going to want to buy Apples
iPod even if they have the same software. When you buy an apple product you're not just buying the actual product your buying what the product
represents. Job's ability to take what he wants in a phone, portable music device, and computer and make it real and wanted by the masses is a gift.
In conclusion, Steve Jobs changed the world not only with the invention of the Apple II in 76'which was in collaboration with Steve Wozniak, but with
how he thinks. When Job's thinks of the next big thing in technology he thinks about what he would want. He makes products that make life easier,
they look good and they represent an
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Short Essay On Steve Jobs
Steve Jobs
The Man Who Made Apple
Inventor, Genius, and Hot Tempered are words I would use to describe Steve Jobs. Many people know that Jobs was the man who made Apple, but
he was so much more. As a well known entrepreneur, Steve Jobs showed the world that electronics could be so much more. He left a lasting legacy as
the man who made our iPhones, iPads, iPods, and Macs. The early life of Steve Jobs was quite elaborate. The creator was not raised by his biological
parents. Jobs was born on February 24, 1955 in San Francisco to two unwed graduate school students. His maternal grandfather did not approve of his
daughter keeping the baby because she was unwed, and the father of the baby was not a Catholic like...show more content...
Jobs met Steve Wozniak, his lifetime Apple partner through a mutual friend. As he grew older, Jobs became close to his sister Mona Simpson. Steve
Jobs was friends with Microsoft's founder, Bill Gates. The CEO's normal attire was a turtle–neck shirt and jeans. Steve Jobs married Laurene Powell on
March 18, 1991. Buddhism and his adult life were major influences on Apple. (newworldencyclopedia.com pg. 2) Steve Jobs created Apple due to
many calls to change. As a child, Steve Jobs experimented with many things. Jobs had an interest in machines ever since he was a child. Jobs was
also a very smart, but not a very good student. Steve Jobs became involved in electronics because of a neighbor who was an engineer. Jobs's call to
change also came as an adult. (Pollack and Belviso pg. 1) As an adult, Steve Jobs was dissatisfied with the electronics, this was a major factor in the
creation of apple. Jobs was a technician at Atari before Apple. Jobs also worked at Hewlett–Packard for a summer job. Steve Jobs's major goal for
Apple was to make a computer for people to love. Apple's creator's calls to change happened both during his childhood and adulthood.
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Steve Jobs Informative Speech Outline
Steve Jobs Paper Specific Purpose: By the end of my speech, my audience will be familiar with the different aspects of Steve Jobs' life from an early
age, and his career accomplishments. Central Idea: To give the audience a better understanding about the man who was well reserved, one must learn
about his life from an early age, and his career accomplishments. Introduction: I remember when I was in Jr. High, and computers were being
integrated into the classrooms. As a matter of fact, the class was called Computer Literacy. I also remember that when you would start the computers,
they needed a few minutes to "boot up." We had games such as Lode Runner, and Montezuma's Revenge. I remember some time later, my parents
bought our first...show more content...
Isaccson was unaware at first that Jobs had pancreatic cancer. Jobs died on October 5, 2011 at about 3:00 p.m. in his California home. (Transition)
Next, I will discuss the career of Steve Jobs, career as it flourishes. II. Steve Jobs had a very complex and innovating career, he was one of our
pioneers in providing computers to the masses. A. According to Walter Isaccson in his biography, Steve Jobs, he discusses the life and
innovations that Jobs was able to offer consumers. 1. Jobs, as I mentioned earlier, was the owner with his friend Steve, of Apple Computers. Jobs'
resigns from Apple in 1985 and starts NeXT computers, who got the attention of Billionaire Ross Perot, who invested heavily in this company. 2.
Jobs, also owned Pixar, which was sold to Disney, Jobs had been the largest shareholder. Jobs' is credited as the executive producer of the hit film,
Toy Story. 3. In the year 1996, it was announced that Apple would buy NeXT in the means of $429 million U.S. dollars. 4. Jobs again had reigns of
Apple. (Transition) Steve Jobs' innovations change the world forever. III Due to the fact that Steve Jobs' was a genius, he innovated the computer
industry to an extreme, his company and products are the most sought after around the world. A. According to Walter Isaccson's book, Steve Jobs, we
become aware of all the incredible products made by
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Steve Jobs

  • 1. Steve Jobs Steve Jobs Jade Alexie Scott–Barria Ms.Fama September24, 2012 Timeline (February 24 1955 – October 5 2011) February 24, 1955 – Steven Paul was born in San Francisco. He was adopted by Paul and Clara Jobs. Summer 1968 – When Steve Jobs was 13–years–old he got a summer job at the HP factory. 1969 – 1972 – Steve Jobs meets Steve Wozniak at the HP factory, who shares his same passion for electronics. They later become business partners. 1973 – Steve attends Reed College, Oregon, and...show more content... Here is how he did it. Born in San Francisco in February 1955 to two unmarried graduate students, Steve was put up for adoption within a week of his birth. He was adopted by Paul and Clara Jobs, who soon after moved to Mountain View, California, a rural town Silicon Valley. Steven Paul Jobs was named after his adoptive father who was a machinist. A neighbor down the street introduced him to the wonders of electronics, which taught him about the inner workings of products. When Jobs was 13 he got a job at HP Factory which was where he met Steve Wozniak who shared the same passion for electronics. Wozniak was an electronic genius who built his own personal computer for fun. They later become business partners. Steve attended Reed College, Oregon, and then dropped out after the first semester although he would unofficially attend classes in subjects that interested him, like calligraphy. Jobs returned to California and briefly took a job at Atari, one of the first companies he worked for in order to save money for a trip to India for enlightenment. He shortly resigned and left for India with an old friend. On his return Steve started hanging around Wozniak, the electronic genius. The Apple Computer was formed on April fool's Day 1976, after Jobs and Wozniak created a new computer circuit board in Jobs's family garage. The Apple 1 computer goes on sale by the summer for $666.66. On the tail of the early PC revolution, Apple took off like a rocket. It went Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 2. Steve Jobs: Innovative Genius Essay Steve Jobs was an innovative mastermind with visions that helped change the world. He co–founded Apple inc. which is a well–known billion dollar company, and also invented products so popular, almost anyone you ask owns a product of his. In order to understand why Steve Jobs is an american cultural icon, one needs to have a description of his background and a critical analysis of his moral behavior. Born on the 24th of February, 1955, Jobs was born. Jobs biological parents were graduates of Wisconsin who could not afford a child at the time, so jobs was put up for adoption. Jobs got adopted by a new father which was a machinist who worked at a laser manufacturer called spectra physics and a new mother who worked as an accountant. Jobs was...show more content... Jobs gladly accepted the offer for the internship and there would meet another important person needed to continue his success. When Steve was fulfilling his internship at HP, he met employee Steve Wozniak. They both knew each other because Wozniak previously attended the same high school as Jobs, but graduated and dropped out of college. Jobs and Wozniak were great friends from this point on, inventing and collaborating projects together, even creating a machine capable of free international calls. "Jobs and I clicked so well because we both possessed a passion not many understood yet", Wozniak claimed. later, Jobs would graduate and go on to attend Reed College, though shortly after dropping out of college himself to pursue his interest in electronics with Wozniak. Both of the two worked for a company known as Atari, a well–known video game company, they invented atari games. When both of the two knew they could use their smarts to do great things, they did. They created Apple inc. and used Jobs fathers garage as a work space, office, and headquarters for the company. In that garage, they created personal technology, scaled down from huge, monstrous machines large enough to only fit in the average size living room to an electronic box only about the one third the size of an average sized office desk. This first invention of theres in 1977 was known as the Apple II. Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 3. The Life of Steve Jobs Steve Paul Jobs was born in San Francisco, California on February 24th, 1955. He was born to Joanne Schieble, and Abdulfattah Jandali. Both of them were graduates of the University of Wisconsin. Unfortunately, they gave the unnamed (Steve)son up for adoption. His father, Abdulfattah Jandali, was a Syrian political science professor and his mother, Jonne Schieble worked as a speech therapist. Later after they gave Steve up for adoption the married couple had another child, Mona Simpson. It was not until Steve was 27 that he was able to discover this information on his biological parents. As an infant, Steve was adopted by Clara and Paul Jobs and named Steven P. Jobs. Clara worked as an accountant and Paul was a Coast Guard Veteran and machinist. The family lived in Mountain View in California's Silicon Valley. As a boy, Stece and his father Paul would work on electronics in the family garage. Paul would show Steve how to take apart and reconstruct them, a hobby which instilled something great into Steve. As time went on Steve preferred to do things by himself. He was very competitive and tenacious with certain things. However he was not interested in team sports or other group activites. While Steve being a very intelligent and innovative kid, his youth was riddled with frustrations over formal schooling. He was a prankster in elementary school; Some of Steve's teachers even had to bribe him to study. When it came to testing results, Steve did so well that the Administrators Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 4. Steve Jobs Essay Steve Jobs was born on February 24, 1955 in Los Altos, California. He is Co–founder, Chairman, and former CEO of Apple Inc. Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak high school friends and both college dropouts joined together to start Apple Computer in 1976. They are credited for inventing the first computer for home use. They made it possible for people to have a computer anywhere in their home, or on an office desk, where previously a single computer took up a whole room. There creation changed the world. However Steve Jobs didn't change what was in the products but how they looked, functioned, and what they meant. In 1776 the Apple I was finished being created. Jobs and Wozniak had spent six months creating the prototype of the Apple I in a...show more content... He didn't only pay attention to what was in his products but what they looked like and what they meant to his buyers. That is how he changed the world, not with what his products have in them, all of the components of his products are the same as any other out there, but with how they look and what they make easier in our lives. No one goes out and says oh I'm going to buy a MP3 player that's only 29.00$, they're going to want to buy Apples iPod even if they have the same software. When you buy an apple product you're not just buying the actual product your buying what the product represents. Job's ability to take what he wants in a phone, portable music device, and computer and make it real and wanted by the masses is a gift. In conclusion, Steve Jobs changed the world not only with the invention of the Apple II in 76'which was in collaboration with Steve Wozniak, but with how he thinks. When Job's thinks of the next big thing in technology he thinks about what he would want. He makes products that make life easier, they look good and they represent an Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 5. Short Essay On Steve Jobs Steve Jobs The Man Who Made Apple Inventor, Genius, and Hot Tempered are words I would use to describe Steve Jobs. Many people know that Jobs was the man who made Apple, but he was so much more. As a well known entrepreneur, Steve Jobs showed the world that electronics could be so much more. He left a lasting legacy as the man who made our iPhones, iPads, iPods, and Macs. The early life of Steve Jobs was quite elaborate. The creator was not raised by his biological parents. Jobs was born on February 24, 1955 in San Francisco to two unwed graduate school students. His maternal grandfather did not approve of his daughter keeping the baby because she was unwed, and the father of the baby was not a Catholic like...show more content... Jobs met Steve Wozniak, his lifetime Apple partner through a mutual friend. As he grew older, Jobs became close to his sister Mona Simpson. Steve Jobs was friends with Microsoft's founder, Bill Gates. The CEO's normal attire was a turtle–neck shirt and jeans. Steve Jobs married Laurene Powell on March 18, 1991. Buddhism and his adult life were major influences on Apple. (newworldencyclopedia.com pg. 2) Steve Jobs created Apple due to many calls to change. As a child, Steve Jobs experimented with many things. Jobs had an interest in machines ever since he was a child. Jobs was also a very smart, but not a very good student. Steve Jobs became involved in electronics because of a neighbor who was an engineer. Jobs's call to change also came as an adult. (Pollack and Belviso pg. 1) As an adult, Steve Jobs was dissatisfied with the electronics, this was a major factor in the creation of apple. Jobs was a technician at Atari before Apple. Jobs also worked at Hewlett–Packard for a summer job. Steve Jobs's major goal for Apple was to make a computer for people to love. Apple's creator's calls to change happened both during his childhood and adulthood. Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 6. Steve Jobs Informative Speech Outline Steve Jobs Paper Specific Purpose: By the end of my speech, my audience will be familiar with the different aspects of Steve Jobs' life from an early age, and his career accomplishments. Central Idea: To give the audience a better understanding about the man who was well reserved, one must learn about his life from an early age, and his career accomplishments. Introduction: I remember when I was in Jr. High, and computers were being integrated into the classrooms. As a matter of fact, the class was called Computer Literacy. I also remember that when you would start the computers, they needed a few minutes to "boot up." We had games such as Lode Runner, and Montezuma's Revenge. I remember some time later, my parents bought our first...show more content... Isaccson was unaware at first that Jobs had pancreatic cancer. Jobs died on October 5, 2011 at about 3:00 p.m. in his California home. (Transition) Next, I will discuss the career of Steve Jobs, career as it flourishes. II. Steve Jobs had a very complex and innovating career, he was one of our pioneers in providing computers to the masses. A. According to Walter Isaccson in his biography, Steve Jobs, he discusses the life and innovations that Jobs was able to offer consumers. 1. Jobs, as I mentioned earlier, was the owner with his friend Steve, of Apple Computers. Jobs' resigns from Apple in 1985 and starts NeXT computers, who got the attention of Billionaire Ross Perot, who invested heavily in this company. 2. Jobs, also owned Pixar, which was sold to Disney, Jobs had been the largest shareholder. Jobs' is credited as the executive producer of the hit film, Toy Story. 3. In the year 1996, it was announced that Apple would buy NeXT in the means of $429 million U.S. dollars. 4. Jobs again had reigns of Apple. (Transition) Steve Jobs' innovations change the world forever. III Due to the fact that Steve Jobs' was a genius, he innovated the computer industry to an extreme, his company and products are the most sought after around the world. A. According to Walter Isaccson's book, Steve Jobs, we become aware of all the incredible products made by Get more content on HelpWriting.net