Steve Jobs Success Story
  Steve Jobs aka Steven Paul Jobs was a leader in technological advancements for the world. The world and especially the computing market is in shock and experiencing a massive grievance as the news and reality of Steven's passing hits them. Steven Jobs was the co-founder and the chairman of Apple. Apple was created in 1976 by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, they shared a hunger for life and wanted to change the world. They did, they changed the way people would see computing and the personal computing industry as a whole, music, film and the mobile industry has changed due to Apple. The Apple 11 would be Apple's first mass market product and would be the ignition for the “personal computing revolution”. IBM released the world's first PC in 1981, followed by Commodore releasing the Commodore 64 in 1982, Apple were hard at work creating the Macintosh. Apple gave Steve his spotlight and he wowed the world with his charismatic manner and personality with the release of the Macintosh in 1984, which literally changed computing history. Due to differences Steve left Apple and acquired 'Pixar' in 1986 and this would be the “project” that would make him rich, not Apple. Toy Story's release in 1995 sealed the deal and Pixar took off changing from a small animation studio into a world renowned animation studio, which is now a household name for films. In 1996 Jobs had an operating system that Apple both wanted and needed and after a couple of months, Jobs rejoined Apple as their CEO. His legacy began. Under his guidance as CEO , Apple released the I mac, I pod, I phone and I pad. These products changed the way the world viewed technology and created a massive consumer need for personal computing products. The personal computing products have helped SEO develop and has created a strong foot hold for clever Internet Marketing companies to progress as social media through personal computing booms.    
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