History - Apple chief executive Steve Jobs dies

History - Apple chief executive Steve Jobs dies

Apple co-founder Steve Jobs died in 2011 at the age of 56 from pancreatic cancer. He revolutionized the computer, music, and mobile communications industries with devices including Macintosh, iPod, iPhone, and iPad produced by Apple Inc.

Steve was born on September 24, 1955, in San Francisco, California. Her parents, who are living together, had not yet gotten married. As a result, he was adopted by Silicon Valley mechanic Paul Jobs and his wife, Clara. After graduating from high school in California in 1972, he enrolled at Reed College in Portland, Oregon. However, he did not complete the first semester, after which he worked for a short time for the famous video game maker company Attari, then traveled around India and studied Buddhism.

In 1976, in a garage run by his parents in Los Angeles, Jobs and his computer engineer friend Stephen Wozniak co-founded Apple Computer. In 1977, Jobs and Wozniak launched Apple II, the first popular personal computer. Apple's popularity skyrocketed in 1980, with Jobs becoming a millionaire at the age of 25.

Four years later, Apple introduced the Macintosh, a computer with a graphic user interface. With this computer, people could work by clicking the mouse, so they did not have to type commands.

Jobs left the company in 1985 after a dispute with the company's board of directors. That same year, he founded Next, a company that developed high-quality computers. The company struggled in the beginning, although British computer scientist Tim Bunners-Lee developed a worldwide wave at Nexed's office.

In 1986, Jobs founded Computer Graphics Studios, founded by filmmaker George Lucas, and renamed it Pixar Animation Studios. In 1995, Pixar produced his first film, Toy Story, the first computer-animated feature-length film. It caused a stir at the box office, followed by Pixar's Finding Nemo (2003) and The Incredibles (2004), which won several awards. Since then, the Walt Disney Company has bought Pixar for अर्ब 7 billion, making Jobs Disney's largest shareholder.

In the absence of Jobs, Apple was in trouble in 1996. So he announced that he would buy Nexed Company and hire Jobs as a consultant. Jobs became the company's interim CEO in 1997 and CEO by 2000. Under his leadership, Apple became one of the most important companies in the world.

Apple introduced the iPod portable music player in 2001, the iPhone in 2007, and the iPad tablet in 2010. During this time, his health deteriorated. He surgically removed a pancreatic tumor in 2004 and had a liver transplant in 2009. Despite this, Jobs has been leading Apple until August 24, 2011. He died at his home in California six weeks after resigning as chief executive of the company. By the time Jobs, a father of four, died, his net worth was more than ७ 7 billion.

"Jobs was the greatest professional executive of our time," says biographer Walter Isaacson. His name goes down in history with celebrities like Thomas Edison and Henry Ford. '