2023 Author: Gordon Kinson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 08:36
The ambiguous personality of Apple founder Steve Jobs has forever left a mark in the history of the IT industry, which, perhaps, cannot be covered by anything. That is why every February 24 is a special day not only for fans of apple products.
Indeed, what Jobs did does not fit into the description of the image of a businessman, designer or inventor - he was to some extent a deviant of the technological world. Having founded one of the most expensive companies in the world (today), he took as a basis the engineering talent of his friend Steve Wozniak, after which he experienced difficult times and did not always find a common language with the team. Jobs faced ups and downs, revolutionary and failed projects, friendly and tense relations with competitors. However, he managed to prove to humanity, if not all, then almost all - the devices he created actually became a household name for a whole segment of the industry.
Looking at today's Apple, you can see how Tim Cook and other executives continue to implement the Jobs philosophy, however, the corporation's strategy is beginning to deform under the influence of constantly changing market conditions. At one time, Jobs believed that the pursuit of the market was the shortest path to bankruptcy, he often quoted the great hockey player Wayne Gretzky: "I always run where the puck will be, not where it comes from." In part, this was the key to the success of the company's key products, in which many did not see prospects until the successful start of sales.
On October 5, 2011, flags were lowered in front of all campuses, stores and studios of Apple, Microsoft and Disney - a man passed away, thanks to whom humanity so quickly and closely linked its life with computer technology.
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- Steve Jobs' house, where Apple was “born”, could become a museum.
- Diggers have found Steve Jobs's "time capsule" buried 30 years ago.
- Steve Jobs in the first television interview (1978, video).
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