Steve Jobs: The Brilliant Mind Behind Apple
It's hard to believe that Apple, one of the world's most successful companies, was started out of a garage in Northern California in the 1970s. But Steve Jobs, Apple's co-founder, is no ordinary businessman. Spending much of his childhood tinkering with electronics, Jobs has become famous for his innovative thinking. From the Macintosh personal computer to the iPod, iTunes, and iPhone, Jobs has developed a variety of gadgets and software for kids and adult alike. Of course, it hasn't always been easy. His road to success also had some personal pitfalls. But Jobs continued to be motivated by curiosity, imagination and the sheer joy of discovery, revolutionizing the computer industry in today's digital era.
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