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The Life of Steve Jobs Nick Adams Matthew Radke Stacey McMillin

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Young Steven Jobs Born on February 24 th , 1955 in San Francisco, California Put up for appropriation a week after birth Adoption was finished under the condition that Steven would go to school

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Education Skipped 5 th grade Took his first gadgets class in secondary school After school, went to addresses at the Hewlett-Packard organization where he met Steve Wonzniak amid work

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Education (Cont.) Graduated secondary school in 1972 Enrolled in Reed College in Oregon Dropped out after one semester Slept on his companions apartment floor and dropped in on classes of premium

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The Beginning of A Career Returned to California in 1974 and was enlisted as an expert for Atari Attended gatherings at Wozniak's "Homebrew Computer Club" Steve persuaded Wozniak to work with him in building PCs

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Apple Born on April 1 st , 1976 Apple I outlined and model fabricated First single load up PC with implicit video interface

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Apple (Cont.) Apple II composed in the next year Operating System stacked consequently Smaller Components & worked in hardware In 1976, Jobs hoped to enlist an advertising office to promote

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Smooth Sailing Most speculators turned Apple down Retired Intel official Mike Markkula chose to put Markkula got to be executive of Apple in May 1977

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Smooth Sailing (Cont.) Became traded on an open market organization in 1980 Launched LISA in 1983 First business PC to utilize GUI Unpopular because of its few programming projects and high cost

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Smooth Sailing (Cont.) Macintosh made to contend with PC Marketed for cordiality, not only a thoughtless machine Very well known – sold roughly 70,000 Macs in the initial 100 days

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The Downfall Sales started to dive Wozniak quit Apple in 1985 Board individuals from Apple met on May 28 th , 1985 and each voted on the expulsion of Steve from the organization

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Still Looking Up After requiring significant investment off, Jobs needed to return to Apple and his adoration for PCs Decided to begin his own particular organization Founded NeXT Computer in 1989

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Still Looking Up (Cont.) NeXT turned a benefit without precedent for 1992 NeXT programming should have been made more solid and good for buyers Company gradually begins going downhill

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Still Looking Up (Cont.) Jobs was reprimanded for squandering cash that had a place with the organization in 1993 Closed a NeXT manufacturing plant in that February Laid off portion of the representatives and quit making PCs

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Still Looking Up (Cont.) Jobs needed to settle on radical choices Microsoft bought NeXT programming Microsoft concocted $150 million to stake in Apple Saved a diminishing organization.

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Still Looking Up (Cont.) Jobs administration style had definitely changed Relaxed and was interested in proposals Employees remarked that Jobs made exploring different avenues regarding gadgets fun

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Still Looking Up (Cont.) Jobs started investigating contrasting options to Object Linking and Embedding Created OpenDoc Jobs was intense about this

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Still Looking Up (Cont.) NeXT STEP programming was being transformed into Mac OS X Under Jobs' direction the organization expanded deals Introduced the iMac and other new items

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Still Looking Up (Cont.) Jobs held the title of ICEO Very compelling effect on the Apple organization By the year 2000, he made much more prominent advances in new innovation

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The New Beginning In mid 2000, Pixar leads energized film industry Later that month, Jobs reported his arrival to the CEO position Insisted on keeping his $1 yearly compensation

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The New Beginning (Cont.) Although his pay was low, the organization conceded him ten million shares of Apple stock worth several millions

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The New Beginning (Cont.) First venture as CEO was the G4 Cube Was excessively costly and didn't fulfill a specific market Lasted just twelve months in Apple's line-up

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The New Beginning (Cont.) The following stride for Steve was his freshest working framework, Mac OS X The eventual fate of Apple

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The New Beginning (Cont.) Apple needed programming to match up computerized gadgets Was transformed around most organizations Jobs took matters into his own hands and made iLife suite.

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The New Beginning (Cont.) In 2001, Jobs opened Apple retail locations so clients could: Try out PCs Test programming Meet with sales representatives This was an expansive hazard yet he realized that individuals would need to get them

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Portable Audio Revolution Less than a year after iTunes was discharged, Apple discharged the iPod Originally just for Mac clients In July 2002, the new iPod was accessible for Windows clients too Sales soar and 75% of MP3 players are iPods

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Portable Audio Revolution (Cont.) In eight weeks, five million tunes were sold on iTunes Took more than 80% of the lawful music downloading market

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More Successful Changes June 6 th , 2005, Jobs reported change from PowerPC chips to Intel chips. This would ration vitality on PowerBook and iBook

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More Successful Changes (Cont.) October 2005, 5 th era of iPod was presented Could play music recordings and TV indicates Jobs declared the opening of the iTunes video store

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Pixar was Jobs' second organization Swept the movies with its vivified movies On January 24 th , 2006, Disney purchased out Pixar for $7.4 billion

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Conclusion Despite a late unnerve with pancreatic growth, Jobs is back in wellbeing and doing fine and dandy Jobs is a compelling man who gained from his disappointments and picked up development from them True good example

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