Late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs wasn’t too hot on the idea of a Genius Bar in his Apple retail stores. His initial reaction to the idea was: “That’s so idiotic! It’ll never work!”
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Late Apple Co-founder Steve Jobs was born 62 years ago today, February 24, 1955. Jobs passed away on October 5, 2011, following a lengthy battle with pancreatic cancer.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has posted a tribute to his late friend and Apple co-founder, Steve Jobs. Jobs passed away on October 5, 2011. He was 56.
The first Apple stock certificate awarded to company co-founder Steve Jobs is up for sale. Bring your American Express black card though, because it will set you back a cool $195,000.
Sad news in the world of Apple today, as former Intuit chairman and longtime Apple board member Bill Campbell has succumbed to a long battle with cancer.
Nominations for the 88th Academy Awards were announced Thursday morning, and Danny Boyle’s Steve Jobs biopic was nominated in the Best Supporting Actress and Best Actor categories.
While the “Steve Jobs” biopic may have bombed at the box office, it did well at the Golden Globes awards on Sunday, taking two of the four awards it was up for.
Universal Pictures has announced it will release the Steve Jobs biopic to home video in February 2016.
The Aaron Sorkin-penned Steve Jobs film is officially a flop. The film, directed by Danny Boyle, saw its box office drop more than 69% from the previous weekend, for a mere $823,000 weekend gross.
Late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs seriously considered building an “Apple Car,” as early as 2008, former advisor Tony Fadell told Bloomberg, but dropped the project to focus on the iPhone.
Box office estimates for the first weekend of wide release for the Steve Jobs biopic indicate the film took in around $7.3 million from just under 2,500 theaters , good for seventh place.
Speaking at the European premiere of the “Steve Jobs” film, Aaron Sorkin said that while the format of the film was “plainly a writer’s conceit,” the movie “gets at some larger truths.”
Variety reports that the limited New York City and Los Angeles release of the Steve Jobs biopic racked up impressive numbers over the weekend.
Universal Pictures has published new “Steve Jobs” TV spots, as well as the first full clip from the film on its YouTube channel.
The Aaron Sorkin-penned biopic Steve Jobs opens in New York and Los Angeles on Friday, and former Apple CEO John Sculley spoke to The Wall Street Journal about the movie.
ABC News on Tuesday shared an exclusive video that was shared with Apple employees on Monday, in honor of the fourth anniversary of Steve Jobs death on October 5, 2011. The video displays the “softer side” of the Apple co-founder.