If you didn’t watch Ashton Kutcher’s portrayal of Steve Jobs in independent film, Jobs, now is your chance if you are a Netfix subscriber. Directed by Joshua Michael Stern, the film is available to stream to iOS and Mac users for those who $7.99 a month for unlimited streaming. The title appeared briefly yesterday on the streaming service and was quickly pulled by Netflix due to issues with the subtitles, reports 9to5Mac.
Academy Award-winner Christian Bale is the frontrunner to play Steve Jobs in Sony’s upcoming biopic about the Apple founder, reports TheWrap. Bale is allegedly top choice because of his uncanny resemblance to the late Apple CEO.
The Washington Post got its hands on a document with the commemorative stamps planned by US Postal Service for the next few years and Steve Jobs is on that list.
As Sony thinks about selling its PC business, Japanese writerÂ Nobuyuki Hayashi shared a conversation he had with former Sony PresidentÂ Kunitake Ando that reveals that Steve Jobs wanted Sonyâ€™s VAIO laptops to run Mac OS X.
Steve Jobs famously demonstrated the Macintosh for the first time at Apple’s annual shareholders meeting at the Flint Center in Cupertino, California.
Apple celebrated the thirty years of Mac to mark that occasion on Friday.Â
Appleâ€™s release of the iPhone 4 was marked by a lot of controversy over the antenna â€śdeath gripâ€ť issue that led to call drops. The backlash was so strong that Apple had to organise a press event to address concerns.Â The event was kicked off with a funny song by songwriter and singer Jonathan Mann about the whole â€śantennagateâ€ť issue.