The lifeofstevejobs

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  • The lifeofstevejobs

    1. 1. 1955-2011 Yogesh Dayma S4007 SE I.T Batch:-S1
    2. 2. Young Steven JobsYoung Steven Jobs  Born on February 24Born on February 24thth , 1955 in San Francisco,, 1955 in San Francisco, CaliforniaCalifornia  Put up for adoption a week after birthPut up for adoption a week after birth  Adoption was finalized under the condition thatAdoption was finalized under the condition that Steven would attend collegeSteven would attend college
    3. 3. EducationEducation  Skipped 5Skipped 5thth gradegrade  Took his first electronicsTook his first electronics class in high schoolclass in high school  After school, attended lectures at the Hewlett-After school, attended lectures at the Hewlett- Packard company where he met Steve WonzniakPackard company where he met Steve Wonzniak during workduring work
    4. 4. Education (Cont.)Education (Cont.)  Graduated high school in 1972Graduated high school in 1972  Enrolled in Reed College in OregonEnrolled in Reed College in Oregon  Dropped out after one semesterDropped out after one semester  Slept on his friends dorm room floor andSlept on his friends dorm room floor and dropped in on classes of interestdropped in on classes of interest
    5. 5. The Beginning of A CareerThe Beginning of A Career  Returned to California in 1974 and was hired as aReturned to California in 1974 and was hired as a technician for Ataritechnician for Atari  Attended meetings atAttended meetings at Wozniak’s “HomebrewWozniak’s “Homebrew Computer Club”Computer Club”  Steve convinced Wozniak to work with him in buildingSteve convinced Wozniak to work with him in building computerscomputers
    6. 6. AppleApple  Born on April 1Born on April 1stst , 1976, 1976  Apple I designed and prototype builtApple I designed and prototype built  First single board computer with built-in videoFirst single board computer with built-in video interfaceinterface
    7. 7. Apple (Cont.)Apple (Cont.)  Apple II designed in the following yearApple II designed in the following year  Operating System loaded automaticallyOperating System loaded automatically  Smaller Components & built-inSmaller Components & built-in circuitrycircuitry  In 1976, Jobs looked to hire aIn 1976, Jobs looked to hire a public relations agency to helppublic relations agency to help advertiseadvertise
    8. 8. Smooth SailingSmooth Sailing  Most investors turned Apple downMost investors turned Apple down  Retired Intel executive Mike Markkula decidedRetired Intel executive Mike Markkula decided to investto invest  Markkula became chairmanMarkkula became chairman of Apple in May 1977of Apple in May 1977
    9. 9. Smooth Sailing (Cont.)Smooth Sailing (Cont.)  Macintosh created to compete with PCMacintosh created to compete with PC  Marketed for friendliness, not just a mindlessMarketed for friendliness, not just a mindless machinemachine  Very popular – sold approximately 70,000 MacsVery popular – sold approximately 70,000 Macs in the first 100 daysin the first 100 days
    10. 10. The DownfallThe Downfall  Sales began to plungeSales began to plunge  Wozniak quit Apple in 1985Wozniak quit Apple in 1985  Board members of Apple met on May 28Board members of Apple met on May 28thth , 1985, 1985 and each voted on the removal of Steve fromand each voted on the removal of Steve from the companythe company
    11. 11. Still Looking UpStill Looking Up  After taking time off, Jobs wanted to get back toAfter taking time off, Jobs wanted to get back to Apple and his love for computersApple and his love for computers  Decided to start his ownDecided to start his own companycompany  Founded NeXT Computer in 1989Founded NeXT Computer in 1989
    12. 12. Still Looking Up (Cont.)Still Looking Up (Cont.)  NeXT turned a profit for the first time in 1992NeXT turned a profit for the first time in 1992  NeXT software needed to be made moreNeXT software needed to be made more reliable and compatible for consumersreliable and compatible for consumers  Company slowly starts going downhillCompany slowly starts going downhill
    13. 13. Still Looking Up (Cont.)Still Looking Up (Cont.)  NeXT STEP software was being turned intoNeXT STEP software was being turned into Mac OS XMac OS X  Under Jobs’ guidance the company increasedUnder Jobs’ guidance the company increased salessales  Introduced the iMac and other new productsIntroduced the iMac and other new products
    14. 14. Still Looking Up (Cont.)Still Looking Up (Cont.)  Jobs held the title of ICEOJobs held the title of ICEO  Very influential impact on the Apple companyVery influential impact on the Apple company  By the year 2000, he created even greaterBy the year 2000, he created even greater advances in new technologyadvances in new technology
    15. 15. The New BeginningThe New Beginning  In early 2000, Pixar leads animated film industryIn early 2000, Pixar leads animated film industry  Later that month,Later that month, Jobs announced hisJobs announced his return to the CEOreturn to the CEO positionposition  Insisted on keeping his $1 annual salaryInsisted on keeping his $1 annual salary
    16. 16. The New Beginning (Cont.)The New Beginning (Cont.)  Although his salary was low, the companyAlthough his salary was low, the company granted him ten million shares of Apple stockgranted him ten million shares of Apple stock worth hundreds of millionsworth hundreds of millions
    17. 17. The New Beginning (Cont.)The New Beginning (Cont.)  The next step for Steve was his newest operatingThe next step for Steve was his newest operating system, Mac OS Xsystem, Mac OS X  The future of AppleThe future of Apple
    18. 18. The New Beginning (Cont.)The New Beginning (Cont.)  In 2001, Jobs opened Apple retail stores soIn 2001, Jobs opened Apple retail stores so customers could:customers could: 1.1. Try out computersTry out computers 2.2. Test softwareTest software 3.3. Meet with salespeopleMeet with salespeople  This was a large risk but he knew that people wouldThis was a large risk but he knew that people would want to buy themwant to buy them
    19. 19. Portable Audio RevolutionPortable Audio Revolution  Less than a year after iTunes was released, AppleLess than a year after iTunes was released, Apple released the iPodreleased the iPod  Originally only for Mac usersOriginally only for Mac users  In July 2002, the new iPod wasIn July 2002, the new iPod was available for Windows users asavailable for Windows users as wellwell  Sales skyrocketed and 75% of MP3 players were iPodsSales skyrocketed and 75% of MP3 players were iPods
    20. 20. Portable Audio Revolution (Cont.)Portable Audio Revolution (Cont.)  In eight weeks, five million songs were sold onIn eight weeks, five million songs were sold on iTunesiTunes  Took over 80% of the legal music downloadingTook over 80% of the legal music downloading marketmarket
    21. 21. More Successful ChangesMore Successful Changes  June 6June 6thth , 2005, Jobs announced switch, 2005, Jobs announced switch from PowerPC chips to Intel chips.from PowerPC chips to Intel chips.  This would conserveThis would conserve energy on PowerBookenergy on PowerBook and iBookand iBook
    22. 22. More Successful Changes (Cont.)More Successful Changes (Cont.)  October 2005, 5October 2005, 5thth generation of iPod was introducedgeneration of iPod was introduced  Could play musicCould play music videos and TV showsvideos and TV shows  Jobs announced theJobs announced the opening of the iTunesopening of the iTunes video storevideo store
    23. 23. PixarPixar  Pixar was Jobs’ second companyPixar was Jobs’ second company  Swept the box office withSwept the box office with its animated filmsits animated films  On January 24On January 24thth , 2006, Disney, 2006, Disney bought out Pixar for $7.4 billionbought out Pixar for $7.4 billion
    24. 24. ConclusionConclusion  Despite a recent scare with pancreatic cancer,Despite a recent scare with pancreatic cancer, Jobs was back in health and doing just fineJobs was back in health and doing just fine  Jobs was an influential man who learned fromJobs was an influential man who learned from his failures and gainedhis failures and gained maturity from themmaturity from them  True role modelTrue role model
    25. 25. THANK YOU

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