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87%PictureOct 2011

The story and wisdom of Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs passed away following a long battle with pancreatic cancer on October 5th, 2011. During a nearly forty-year career in Silicon Valley, Jobs revolutionised entire industries and stuck to his vision for a better world.

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87%VideoNov 2011

60 Minutes - Walter Isaacson's biography of Steve Jobs

(13:00) Great clip about the personal side of Steve Jobs. He was already very ill with cancer when he asked author Walter Isaacson to write his biography. He wanted an honest book that included his failings as well as his strengths.

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87%VideoDec 2011

2011 - The year beyond words

Huge news stories that shook the world dominated 2011

87%VideoMay 2012

"1944", in-house Apple movie with Steve Jobs as FDR

(8:46) Short film by Apple as an in-house spoof of its "1984" Super Bowl spot, designed to fire up Apple's international sales force at a 1984 meeting in Hawaii.

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87%VideoJul 2017

Audience react to Steve Jobs scrolling on an iPhone

(0:21) Steve Jobs at Macworld 2007 in San Francisco.

87%VideoSep 2017

Before Apple, Steve Jobs was at Atari

(12:40) History of Steve Job when he worked at Atari changing the world with Apple.

87%VideoApr 2018

Steve Jobs - Manufacturing vs Consulting

(2:13) Steve Jobs explains the difference between manufacturing and consulting companies.

86%VideoJan 2009

Steve Jobs demos the first Mac (1984)

A very young looking Mr Jobs lets the Apple Macintosh out of the bag in front of 3000 overwhelmed fans

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86%VideoFeb 2010

Truly magical, incredible, beautiful, amazing iPad

No time to listen to all of Steve Jobs' keynote speech? Here are the highlights, created with ease on iPad's phenomenal thesaurus.

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86%VideoJun 2010

iPhone demo fail

Apple CEO Steve Jobs' Wi-Fi connection fails bringing his World Wide Developers Conference keynote to an uncomfortable standstill. Of course, the truly clever Mr Jobs managed to lay blame on the audience for the glitch.

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