Feb 24, 2018

Apple's Former CEO And Co-Founder Steve Jobs Would Be Celebrating His 63rd Birthday Today

Steve Jobs, the co-founder and former CEO of Apple, who led the company to wild success with products like the iPod and the iPhone, if he didn't pass away in October of 2011, Jobs could have to celebrate his 63rd birthday as he was born on February 24th, 1955.

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Steve was the child of Joanne Simpson and Abdulfattah “John” Jandali, but was adopted and raised by Paul and Clara Job. When he was a kid, his neighbors were HP's employees. under the influence of these people, Jobs obsessed with electronics, later on, Jobs, Waz, and Wayne create a startup called Apple on April 1, 1976.

Jobs has also directed the future of technology when Apple developed some of the first personal computers. However, when Apple Lisa and Apple lie released with the price of $9998 and $1395 in 1983, because of the price, it wasn't successful as it also embezzled R&D fundings. Jobs leaves Apple in 1985.

After Steve's leave, Apple's operation began to fall into a dilemma, its market share also dropped from its peak 16% to 4%. Luckily, in 1997, Jobs returned to save Apple from the crisis. So he made drastic reforms and stopped unreasonable R&D and production. Steve ended up years of patent disputes between Microsoft and Apple, soon Steve led the tech giant started to develop new products such as the iMac and OS X mac system.

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Enter into the 21st century, Steve Jobs' Apple has created some most popular technology products such as the iPod, iPhone, iPad, and more. And now he is the public face of Apple for much of its history. He represented a belief in premium design and craftsmanship that produced a seemingly endless array of highly acclaimed technical products.

In a tweet today, Tim Cook says that "Remembering Steve, our friend and leader, on his 63rd birthday: "The thing that bound us together at Apple was the ability to make things that were going to change the world.” We are forever bound to that goal — and to you, Steve," says the Apple CEO.

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