Apple, led by Steve Jobs, introduced some of the most innovative products in the last decade, like the iPhone and iPad that have gone to become an integral part of millions of people’s lives.
Earlier this week, Bono, the lead singer of U2, made some rather interesting comments towards Apple and their (Product) RED branding, leading many to believe that not everything was so cheery with the agreement. Now the nonprofit has issued a statement regarding the comments.
Walter Isaacson, the author famous for writing Steve Jobs’ biography, today spoke about Apple’s recent acquisition of headphone and music streaming company Beats in an interview to CNBC.
John Sculley is the infamous Apple CEO who pushed out Steve Jobs from the company back in 1985. Sculley was Apple’s CEO from 1983 to 1993, and was brought from Pepsi to Apple by Jobs himself, with his famous “Do you want to sell sugared water for the rest of your life? Or do you want to come with me and change the world?” pitch.
According to a report in the Hollywood Reporter, director David Fincher will not partner with Oscar-winning screenwriter Aron Sorkin for Sony’s Steve Jobs’ biopic. The pair worked together on the recent acclaimed Facebook film, “The Social Network.”
Don Melton is not a renowned Apple figure for most people and you naturally won’t see his name on Steve Jobs’ biography either. But his contributions to the Safari browser and WebKit have been immense. He has been involved with Jobs back since the days of NeXT to what eventually turned into a full time gig over at Apple.
Steve Jobs is known for his role as CEO and co-found of Apple, but he also played a major role at Pixar Animation Studios. In a new book to be released next week that was previewed by Gizmodo, Former Pixar president and co-founder Ed Catmull talks about Steve Jobs and his role in the company.