Steve Jobs, the name is itself very inspiring. The man who created Apple. The man who turned the black turtle into a uniform of power. Someone who has changed technology forever. His legacy is one of a kind. The impact of Tech Titan on the world is unique.

That’s why it’s no surprise that Jobs was a very specific person from the start.

He is not your average child. She was a born genius.

Unaware of the surprise he had created, his biological parents, Abdul Fattah Jandali and Joan Carroll Shibul left to adopt him as soon as he arrived.

They are both immigrants, disliked, and too young to be responsible for each other.

Soon, a working-class couple named Paul and Clara Jobs falls in love with Steve.

From a very young age, Steve Jobs was mesmerize by the power and intensity of computers.

He used to work in the family garage with his mechanic father, taking different cars and putting them back together.

It took away his love for machines. He dedicates his father to teach him how to pay attention to detail.

He was so outspoken that his teachers suggested he skip several classes, a suggestion his parents rejected.

At the age of 12, Jobs asked HP founder Bill Hewlett for electronic components for the school system. This impressed Hewlett so much that he gave Jobs a summer internship.

As he grew, jobs grew into a strong impatience with formal education. He never enjoyed school. He went to college but eventually dropped out after the first semester.

But he continued to attend classes of interest. One of them is calligraphy.

He got a job at the video game production company Atari. He defended and led India with a friend for ‘spiritual enlightenment. Those traveling on buses between Delhi, Delhi, UP, and Himachal Pradesh have been in jail for 7 months.

There Jobs studied the Eastern religion and returned home as a Buddhist. He was completely transformed into a person. He shaved his head and wore a traditional Indian dress.

But the jobs were not used. After that, the psychiatrist turned to drugs to find the mind.

He described LSD as “one of two or three important things” he had done in his life.

Then jobs led to a much simpler life. He studied Zen Buddhism and lived in the backyard of his parents.

Due to his diverse experiences, the concept of counter-culture became the driving force in his future theories.

Then a new phase in the life of the great inventor began.

Steve Jobs began a revolutionary collaboration with Steve Wozniak.

The name pair went on to redefine computers and then the big picture of technology.

One day, he will become the co-founder of the world’s largest IT company.

He landed with the ‘blue box’; A digital device used to make long-distance calls for free. Its success became the impetus for large companies to take over with his invention.

This led to the birth of the first Apple machine.

Jobs and Wozniak paid for the ambitious project by selling their gadgets. He worked tirelessly in Jobs’ garage to remove it. Jobs worked long hours and greeted clients in their underwear and barefoot.

When it comes to business, man is still very hippie.

He followed the investors until Intel agreed to fund them. Soon, Apple began making news and Jobs entered Silicon Valley.

By the time he was 23, Jobs was worth 1 million, by the time he was 24, he had 10 million and by 25 he had crossed 100 million.

He was one of the youngest people to appear on Forbes’ list of the richest people in the country; Not inheriting any family property is a big win.

But then disaster struck Jobs’ life.

Her on-off boyfriend, Chris Brennan, became pregnant with their baby. Jobs took responsibility and claimed he was clean, although DNA tests proved he was the father. The case has become a legal dispute.

A daughter was born and named Lisa. Surprisingly, Jobs named his new computer Lisa for his new success.

Time magazine interviewed Jobs for his Time Person of the Year, but when the matter came to light, it was reveal that instead of Jobs’s specialization, the magazine named the computer’ Machine of the Year. Jobs no longer relied on reporters.

This was followed by the biggest setback in Jobs’ career.

Following an internal discussion, he was expell from the Macintosh group. The decision was made after Pepsi executive John Scully promoted the board. Ironically, Jobs recently hired Scully.

Despite the shocking betrayal, Jobs did not give up.

He went on to establish his new company, NeXT but was unable to increase sales due to the high cost of machinery.

Later, NeXT merged with Apple, giving us the iOS we have today.

But Jobs was not satisfied. He wanted to establish a huge empire.

Therefore, he invested in a startup called Graphics Group, now known as Pixar.

After the release of Toy Story and the payment of jobs, he achieved instant success in his millions and the company. He is a majority shareholder in Pixar.

Everything is OK. But suddenly, Jobs’ life was completely shattered. He has been diagnose with a rare form of pancreatic cancer.

Jobs refused any medical treatment and refused to see a doctor instead of natural methods like a vegetarian diet, acupuncture, and herbal juice to prevent his illness. His plan is said to have deteriorated, causing his health to deteriorate.

A few years later, when Jobs could no longer work, he resigned from Apple,

“If ever there was a day when I could not fulfill my duties and expectations as Apple CEO, I would tell you first. Unfortunately, that day has come.”

He continued to work at Apple and died six weeks after the last working day.

Died after being surround by family.

After that, he went into a coma.

Revolutionary foresight has given us tremendous awe, considering the future of technology around the world.

Looking at his amazing journey, I can only repeat Steve Jobs’ last words, “Oh wow.”

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