Steve Jobs: Technology Was an Art to Him

Steve Jobs is a great man of virtue! Let’s talk about his amazing career like Steve Jobs age, biography and most interestingly Steve Jobs net worth.

Steve Jobs: Technology Was an Art to Him
Steve Jobs Apple founder

Apple is one of the world's tech giants. iPhone, iPad, iMac, iPod - all world-class technology products have set them apart from everyone else. Whether it's for publicity or product quality, Apple means something elite.

Apple is now known to the public mainly because of the iPhone. But this company started by making personal computer. Another name has become synonymous with the history of Apple's incredible rise. Steve Paul Jobs. Legend has it that this technology entrepreneur and technology innovator has been called the pioneer of the personal computer revolution.


Steve Jobs was born on February 24, 1955, in San Francisco, California. Jobs was the first child of University of Wilkinson graduate Abdul Fattah John Jandali and Joan Carroll. Steve Jobs wife’s name is Laurene Powell Jobs.

At the time of Jobs' birth, his parents were both postgraduate students. And they weren't married yet. So they decided to adopt away their nameless child. Paul and Clara Jobs, a childless couple, adopted Steve Jobs. The name Steven Paul Jobs was given to them.

Jobs was admitted to Reed College in 1982 after overcoming high school boundaries. But Reed College was quite expensive for the Liberal Arts. It was difficult for the indigent Paul-Clara couple to bear the cost.

Realizing the matter, he said goodbye to formal education on his own. However, after a short break, he again joined some more classes including calligraphy. But that was only for a temporary period. The calligraphy class later helped Jobs with computer design.

Steve Jobs Apple founder

Steve Jobs has always been indifferent to money. Neither poverty nor great splendor touched him. While in college, Jobs used to say, “I didn't have a room.

I slept on the floor of a friend's room. I used to earn five cents by returning a bottle of coke used by people, with which I used to buy food. Every Sunday night I would walk seven miles to the Hare Krishna Temple just to have a good meal. ”

But this statement is in stark contrast to Jobs' personality. Despite not having money, Jobs was a very confident, stubborn, and quite angry mood.

Jobs met Steve Wozniak in 1970 through a friend. Despite the age difference of 4 years, it was not too late for them to become friends. The love for electronics brings the two together.

At the time, Jobs regularly attended meetings at the Homebrew Computer Club with Wozniak. The first thing two friends made together in 1982 was a blue box.


With the help of this device, you could fool the telephone and talk anywhere in the world for free. It was against the law though. But it is very popular among the people. They also made about six thousand dollars by selling this device.

In a 1994 interview, Jobs said it took them six months to figure out how to make a blue box. If Blue Box hadn't been made, Apple might not have existed.

In 1984, he joined Jobs Attire, a game-making company, as an engineer. But for some strange reason Jobs left everything and went on a trip to India. After staying in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh for about seven months, he left India and returned home. During this time he started dressing in an Indian style, became accustomed to fasting, and became a follower of Buddhism.

Jobs began to rise at lightning speed in 1986. This year he co-founded "Apple Computer" with Wozniak and Ronald Wayne. Initially, they started the business by selling circuit boards. That same year, Wozniak invented the "Apple 1" computer in a single effort. And after showing Jobs, Jobs suggested selling it. Apple Computer was established in that famous garage of Jobs for the purpose of selling it.

Jobs' marketing talent started selling "Apple-1" computers for 666.66. One of the reasons behind this strange price was that Jobs and Wozniak preferred repeating numbers, and it was easier to type 666.66 than 500 or 667.

Although Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak are better known as the founders of Apple, there were three founders of the company in the beginning. The third was Ronald Owen. Who painted the first Apple logo. But on debt, Wayne sold his 10% stake for only  800 USD. Its current value is more than 35 billion dollars!

After Wayne left, Jobs encouraged Wozniak to focus on making and assembling computer parts. In 1986, they made a computer of better quality than "Apple-1". Named "Apple-2". The two friends were able to guess that "Apple-2" is better than any other computer in the market.

So they started thinking about how to reach more people. But capital was needed to do that. So they went to Mike Markculla, a former product marketing manager at Intel, hoping to get money. Mike Markculla didn't make the mistake of recognizing these extraordinary talents. At the beginning, he gave them a capital of two and a half million dollars.

As a result, on June 5, 1977, the "Apple-2" came on the market with a colored monitor in a plastic case. Apple Inc. was founded this year. Apple's business came to a standstill in two years. There was a rush to buy personal computers all over the world. In that tide, "Apple-2" did not take long to come to number one.

When Steve Jobs' wealth exceeded 20 200 million by December 1980, he was only 25 years old. Of course, Jobs has not always been successful.

In the early eighties, Jobs' sole interest was to market a personal computer called the Apple Lisa. Which was priced at US 9 9,995. But due to the high price, it could not benefit the market.

In October 1983, Jobs announced the creation of the "Macintosh" computer. The Macintosh computer came on the market in January 1984. Jobs never worked for money. His whole thought was how to bring another revolutionary product in front of everyone.


But many were annoyed with Jobs' indifference. He resigned from Apple in 1985 after a dispute with members of Apple Inc.'s board of directors. He then founded the famous animation studio Pixar and Next Computer.


By 1990, Jobs had started marketing personal computers called 'Next Station'. Pixar, on the other hand, began making animated films under a contract with Disney. It was Pixar that produced an animated film, Toy Story, in 1995 and was a huge success.

Since then, Pixar has made all the popular animated movies, such as A Bugs Life (1998), Toy Story 2 (1999), Finding Nemo (2003) and Toy Story 3 (2010). Even today, Pixar is at the forefront of the animation world. These are also called Steve Jobs movies just for entertainment.

Steve Jobs Apple founder

In 1996, Apple bought Next Computer for 42 429 million and hired Jobs as a consultant. Although he was part-time CEO, Jobs was appointed permanent CEO of Apple in 2000. Stuck in a loss-making circle, Apple grabbed Jobs by the hand and began to look at profit again. However, it is very hard to calculate Steve Jobs net worth, but it’s around $10.2 billion.

Jobs, a highly-skilled designer, launched the first iPhone on June 29, 2007 to make the touchscreen readily available and popular, which quickly rose to the top of the consumer's choice. Earlier, Jobs brought iPod and iPad to the market with a mixture of excellent technology and modernity. The iPod revolutionized the music market in the digital world.

In August 2011, Jobs resigned as Apple's chief executive. But even then he continued to serve as chairman of the company. Jobs received a salary of only $1 a year as Apple's chief executive. He used to say jokingly that he gets 50 cents a year from Apple for attending the annual conference and the remaining 50 cents for his work.

In fact, he owned 5426 million shares of Apple and 138 million shares of Disney. Jobs was named the 43rd richest person in the United States at 2010 8.3 million in 2010, according to Forbes Magazine.

In private life, she married Lauren Powell in 1991. Steve Jobs was the father of four children. Jobs was diagnosed with complex pancreatic cancer in 2003. He also underwent surgery at that time. Three years later he was diagnosed with a tumor again and in 2009 his liver was transplanted. Jobs died on October 5, 2011 of pancreatic cancer.

The autobiography 'Becoming Steve Jobs' of Jobs, who has such a colorful life, was published on March 24, 2015. Also, the ups and downs of this extraordinary man's life are shown in the movie 'The Rise of Apple Inc.' in 2013. Jobs has released several films and documentaries.

‘Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish is short four-word advice he gave to young people. And I think this extraordinarily talented man was able to bring all the wonderful technology into our hands keeping this in mind throughout his life. Steve Jobs age was only 56 when he died! Now, there are some steve jobs biography and Steve Jobs films that you can watch to get inspired! And, Steve Jobs' last words was “oh wow! Oh wow!

That's why the irresistible attraction of people to all of Apple's extraordinary technology products made by him and the worldwide fame of Pixar's animation will keep him immortal for many centuries.