2023 Author: Gordon Kinson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-06-01 01:17
Steve Jobs' wit was expressed not only in his products, but also in his statements, which, apparently, will be remembered for centuries. We present to you a list of the most effective and memorable statements by the creator of Apple, uttered throughout his entire tenure as CEO of the company:
2007 year. D-conference
This is Jobs talking about iTunes on Windows, comparing Apple's software to cool water and Windows to Hell.
1985 year. Playboy
Jobs was asked about IBM and their product, PCjr. Jobs stated that this computer is a piece of garbage and was created only to make money. Steve's aggression is understandable, since Apple had just released their Mac at that time and Jobs needed to support his own product in every possible way.
year 2000. Steve Jobs at NeXT
This criticism was directed at one of the NeXT programmers during the presentation of the project.
year 2000. Macworld
About Kindle at Macworld:
This is far from the only example when Jobs in every possible way humiliated the achievements of competitors in any area, while he himself had long been interested in it and even organized developments in this direction.
However, this quote is also significant in that it shows Jobs's attitude towards the American nation.
1997 year. About Bill Gates
1996 year. Interview about the problem of television
2010 year. About Flash technology
Two years later, the development of Flash technology practically ceased.
BY THEME: Comparison of the first iPhone and the first smartphone on Android (video).
2010 year. Apple Annual Meeting
Jobs was also known around the world as the executive with the lowest official salary of just one dollar. The multi-millionaire was amused by questions about his salary at the company, so he always had a witty answer with him.
RELATED TO: Apple's 1986 fashion catalog.
2008 year. About the disease
When rumors circulated around the world that Steve Jobs had a cancer relapse, the Apple CEO personally called the journalist who wrote an article about it. Imagine her surprise when, after picking up the phone, she heard the following:
2011. About Android
- The whole life of Steve Jobs in infographics.
- Tim Cook's school album (Photo).
- Rare limited edition Apple products.