Steve Jobs

A Syrian-American technical expert and one of the business leaders in the United States. He is the founder of Apple, the executive director and chairman of Apple, the owner of the Apple icon. Has left important markings in the field of computer technology and mobile phone, most notably the Mac, "Mac" types, and three portable devices are "iPod" and "iPhone" and "iPad."

Steve Paul Jones was born on February 24, 1955 in California, USA. "There are only a few men who changed the course of history like Newton, Shakespeare and Einstein, and I am one of them," he said.

The father of Jobs is a Syrian Arab named Abdul-Fattah John Jandali, who received his doctorate in political science from the United States, where he met Joanne Schieble, and was the son of Steve Jobs and Mona Simpson, a famous novelist adopted by an American family after the separation of parents. 

Steve Jobs has been known for his electronics since childhood, and his first high-school innovation was "Electronic Slice".

The study and training

after completing high school in Cupertino in 1972, he joined University of Reed in Portland Oregon, but he did not achieve success at university and decided leave the study.

Jobs and Responsibilities

He sought to develop his skills in the field of technology and electronics, presented a paper with his ideas in electronics for the company "Atari" first in the video game industry at the time, and was able to get a job as a game designer, and then left his work period traveled to India, and then returned Again to continue his work at Atari.

Career

Experience Jobs' career in 1970 saw a major shift. Computer engineer and programmer Steve Wozniak met two friends and founded Apple together in 1976, which began to produce computers, and then produced Apple 2 as the first personal computer Successful at the commercial level.

The company produced Macintosh in 1984, which was the first successful operating system with a graphical interface and mouse, previously unknown technologies. The device achieved great success and success against Intel and Microsoft, but barely a year passed until differences and conflicts broke out. A violent domestic ended with the expulsion of Jobs from his company.

This prompted Jobs to create a new company, Next, which focused on workstations with advanced capabilities rather than personal computers, and developed the Object Oriented software system that was the foundation of the modern Mac operating system.

In 1986, he bought the computer graphics department of Lucasfilm to convert it into pixar, which later became one of the world's largest 3D cartoon film companies, and presented what has been described as the most successful film in the history of the industry.

Jobs was forced to return to Apple in 1996 after it bought Next, to start the company again by introducing the iMac device designed to make the most of the Internet.

In 2001, Jobs presented the iPod with its compact size and sleek design, but the most important achievement was in 2007 with the invention of the sleek and sophisticated iPhone. It revolutionized the world of mobile devices with its advanced touch screen, and in 2010 the iPad appeared, "IPad 2".

Deaths

Jobs has been on sick leave since January 2011, after suffering from pancreatic cancer, but was forced to resign after his health deteriorated, affecting his performance at the same pace, until he died on October 5 of the same year.