Steve Jobs

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Marina Szabo
Professor Dana Kerrigan
English 15
March 19,2012 Steve Jobs Everyone is unique on this plant. We share the air and shine to live but we all do things in our own ways. Some people don’t do anything with their lives and others do great things with theirs. One particular person that has done great things with his life is Steve Jobs. Steve Jobs wasn’t some original person, he was a creative, crazy, rebellion, and over all a life changing person that wanted to make a difference in the world. On February 24, 1955, a very intelligent boy was born in San Francisco California. His biological mother Joanna Simpson and his biological father Abdulfattah John Gandhi had him out of wedlock in the puritan America of the 1950s, so
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Microsoft and Apple were enemies and they were not letting anyone take anything form either of them. Apple and Microsoft agree that they would release Mac versions Microsoft office in exchange of Internet Explorer the default web on the Mac. After a few month, Steve had announced that they were the hardest in the industry in his life. Since Steve Jobs was trying to fix the Apple company, critics started to believe in him and his products. He introduced the iMac that was took over the PC industry and started to produce more and more Apple products. In January 2000, Jobs made software that would be the start to something amazing. Apple started to grow with more programs such as iMovie, iDVD, iTunes, and iPhoto. This was the digital hub strategy idea that Jobs had to better the company. He decided to use Apple’s unique knowledge of making both powerful and attractive machines, but they would also run software. This softwares were launched in the years 1999-2002.In many ways, the juggernaut that Apple became was shaped by very smart decisions that Jobs and his executive team took in et crucial in the 2000-2001 timeframe. In 2000, Jobs started to realized that digital music file-sharing service such as Napster we starting to become popular. All the young people were spending their time downloading music and listening to MP3 music files. That’s when iTunes was born out if that realization. In March 2001

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