The great late Steve Jobs has made an apparent return from heaven to unveil the latest iteration of Apple’s smartphone – the iPhone 5. Catch him in this parody video as he tries to keep Tim Cook under control..
It seems that Silicon Valley has had a few major changes. Yahoo, Google and Apple all saw their former CEOs step down, resign or rest in peace. These CEOs include Yahoo’s Carol Bartz, Apple’s Steve Jobs and Google’s Eric Schmidt. It seems a new era of leadership is dawning in Silicon Valley for internet users … Continue reading “Why a new era of Leadership is Dawning in Silicon Valley for Internet Users”
In a new never-seen-before interview of the late iconic Apple CEO, Steve Jobs comes clean on how he and his partner in crime Steve Wozniak made a prank call to the Vatican, fooling the Pope into believing it was US secretary of state Henry Kissinger, when it was Jobs who actually called. This story was … Continue reading “When Steve Jobs made a prank call to the Pope…”
The Steve Jobs movie starring Ashton Kutcher, which first came into the spotlight on April Fool’s day, is real and has finally got a name — “Jobs: Get Inspired“. Producer Mark Hulme, talking to Neowin about his movie, revealed quite a bit about the movie, drying down our excitement somewhat in the process. For starters, the movie will … Continue reading “‘Jobs: Get Inspired’ — The Steve Jobs Movie we are waiting for”
Here’s a popper: the new Apple TV UI — which has attracted a mixed response so far — was actually rejected by the iconic Steve Jobs some 5 years ago, said former Apple TV UI designer and “Professional Hobbyist, AppleTV” Michael Margolis on Twitter in a surprising revelation. He adds cheekily: “Now there is nobody to … Continue reading “New Apple TV UI was actually rejected by Steve Jobs 5 yrs ago”
An allegedly “reliable source at Foxconn in China” is said to have revealed the million dollar secret Apple fans all over have been speculating about — the next iPhone is getting ready to hit production and will mostly likely be ready for Apple’s WWDC event this summer. The news comes from 9to5mac, who believe in … Continue reading “Foxconn Insider reveals iPhone 5 getting laid, WWDC launch likely”
Yep, we do get nostalgic every now and then when we see a Steve Jobs video. But heck, we’ll keep sharing those moments with everyone. After all, his words are truly inspirational and out of the average Joe’s understanding. The video below features ex-Apple chief Steve Jobs, creator of the microprocessor Ted Hoff, and Adobe’s John … Continue reading ““We had nothing to lose, and we had everything to gain” — Steve Jobs on starting Apple (video)”
Several sources have confirmed that Apple is planning a ‘low-key’ event later this month, though the general consensus is that the event wouldn’t accommodate any kind of hardware or news related to any kind of hardware. According to a source close to TechCrunch, the event, contrary to people’s expectations, will not shed light on Apple’s … Continue reading “Apple planning ‘low-key’ event this January-end, will turn Jobs’ dream into reality?”
We miss him. We really do. Here are few magical moments captured by Steve’s own magical creation (look how much fun he’s having): These lovely moments come courtesy of a Facebook album by Mike Matas A series of photos Steve took in my office testing Photo Booth filters in 2005
So Apple is gearing up for a 7.85-inch iPad launch next year, eh? This is not the first time we’re hearing such ‘rumors’ and it definitely won’t be the last. Back in September of last year, rumors began circulating that Apple is working on a smaller 7-inch iPad to compete with RIM’s BlackBerry Playbook launch back then. … Continue reading “Apple prepping up 7.85-inch iPads?”
The late Steve Jobs absolutely loved The Beatles. He let the world know he was a big fan of theirs. Today, his company has released a new iTunes TV ad for The Beatles titled ‘Covers’ and an enhanced iBook version of The Beatles Yellow Submarine. Fittingly, in the credits at the top it said ‘For Steve’.
The Computer History Museum (CHM) today announced an online exhibit dedicated entirely to the legendary Steve Jobs and his work, detailing his life from the Homebrew Computer Club all the way up to the iPad, or as CHM put it, “From the Garage to the World’s Most Valuable Company”. The exhibit includes a rare Steve Jobs presentation … Continue reading “Computer History Museum announces Steve Jobs exhibit + rare Jobs video from 1980”