Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple Inc., was a prominent figure in the world of technology and business. While there are many well-known aspects of his life and career, here are top 10 things you may not know about Steve Jobs:
Steve Jobs was adopted at a young age. He was born on February 24, 1955, in San Francisco, California, and was adopted by Paul and Clara Jobs. He didn't meet his biological sister, Mona Simpson, until later in life.
Jobs dropped out of Reed College after six months but continued attending interesting classes, such as calligraphy, which later influenced the typography and design of Apple products.
In 1974, Jobs traveled to India to seek spiritual enlightenment and explore Hinduism
Jobs acquired Lucasfilm's computer graphics division, which later became Pixar Animation Studios.
After leaving Apple, Jobs founded NeXT Inc., which laid the foundation for future Apple products.
In 1997, Apple acquired NeXT, bringing Jobs back to the company as CEO.
Jobs embraced a minimalist lifestyle, favoring simplicity in both personal life and Apple's designs.
At times, Jobs followed a fruitarian diet, mainly consuming fruits, nuts, and seeds.
holds over 300 patents, including those for the iPhone, iPad, and iconic glass staircase.
Jobs' last words, according to his sister, were "Oh wow. Oh wow. Oh wow."