Steve Jobs’ death is a big blow to the world. The man, who gave the world iPod and iPhone, will no longer be showing his amazing presentation skills. His struggle and great contribution to the technology industry will always be remembered.
“Steve died at 56 peacefully today surrounded by his family,” his relatives said in a statement.
Steve Jobs always struggled hard through out his life. In his childhood, he went through very tough times. His parents gave him up for adoption and Steven was adopted by Clara and Paul Jobs of Los Altos. He even ate food many times at Iskcon temple in America to save money.
He also opted out from his college classes saying, “”All of my working-class parents’ savings were being spent on my college tuition. After six months, I couldn’t see the value in it.”
With his strong determination and passion, Steve Jobs made Apple so popular that Jobs was worth $100 million by age 25. Time magazine put him on its cover for the first time in 1982.
Steve Jobs, who made Apple, once forced out of this company. But, he was a different kind of a man, he built another company Pixar and it quickly earned reputation and huge profit. Seeing the amazing skills of Steve, he was made Apple’s Chairman again.
His speech at Stanford University briefly explains his struggle through out his life. Check this great inspirational speech by the great man: