Steve jobs

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Steve jobs

By | November 2012
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Steve Jobs was born on February 24, 1955 in the city of San Francisco, California. Steve was put up for adoption and was adopted when he was about one year old. Steve grew up in a neighbourhood of electronics and engineers. When Steve was eighteen his parents wanted to enrol him in Reed College and Liberal Arts College in Colorado. Steve spent only one semester at Reed, and then dropped out he was more interested in eastern philosophy. Steve moved into a hippie commune in Oregon where his main objective was cultivating Apples. Steve returned to California to look for a new job, he got hired as a video game maker Atari, and saved up money to take a trip to Indiana where he came back disillusioned and started to take interest in new activities. Steve started working with his friend Woz who had made Steve more interested in electronics. They had created a group of early computer hobbyists they called Homebrew Computer Club. The club started to gain popularity after the Altair 8800 personal computer kit that came out in 1975. Apple was born on April 1, 1976. The following months were spent assembling boards of Apple computers in the Job’s garage and selling them to independent people in the area. Apple, in January 1977 invested in $250,000 to turn the business at an angel for the Markkula. Apple quickly became an American success story. Apple crushed most of its competition and its sales made apple founders millionaires. In 1980 only four years after the company got started Steve Jobs net worth was over $200 million at age 25. In 1980 Steve came up with the name Lisa for the project IBM. However because of Steve’s hot temper and his management Steve Jobs was thrown out of the project Lisa. As revenge for getting kicked out of the project he took over a small project called Macintosh computer that was used for cheap appliance. In 1981 Steve Jobs became the head of the Macintosh project he made the computer a smaller and cheaper version of Lisa. In 1985 sales were...