Steve Jobs’ family releases memoirs of Apple founder

The presentation ceremony was held in parallel to the presentation of the new equipment from Apple , a company that Steve Jobs forged.

This Wednesday, parallel to the presentation of Apple’s iPhone 14 , Steve Jobs ‘s family publicly presented a web page of the innovator’s memoirs.

Through the Steve Jobs Archive , users will be able to learn about official communications from the genius, as well as his memoirs and his own ideas before they became the revolutionary devices we still see on the market today.

Job’s memory

The Steve Jobs Archive holds unique and previously unseen information.

For example, it is possible to read a kind of poem that Steve Jobs dedicated to humanity.

You can also read his commencement speech at Stanford, dated 2005.

The archive will be expanding in the future, with more information and projects being added in the coming months.

According to Laurene Powell Jobs, his widow, the file has to do with the thought of Jobs, who stated that “outside the natural world, everything that is built and that governs our lives has been built and designed by other humans.”

“Understanding this idea, you realize that you, as a human, can also change everything,” he says.

The mind behind Apple

Steve Jobs passed away on October 5, 2011.

Jobs saw his health deteriorate since he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2004, and then underwent a liver transplant in 2009, which finally, in August of this year, took him away from the daily operations of the company.

The co-founder of Apple left an indelible mark on the technology industry. In some cases it was projected into the future and in others it would understandably not recognize the current world, especially post-COVID-19.

There are many technological legacies that Jobs leaves behind, including the Macbook, the iPod, the iPad and the iPhone.