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Topic: Steve Jobs

Looking back at John Sculley's rise as Apple's CEO, and fall on October 15, 1993

10/15/2018, 07:10 am

A quarter of a century ago, Sculley resigned from Apple in profitable disgrace as the company headed toward destruction. AppleInsider looks at Sculley's tenure with the company, and how history has treated the man since.

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Remembering Steve Jobs, seven years after his death

10/05/2018, 07:10 am

Seven years to the day since his death, Apple's late CEO is still venerated and missed. AppleInsider talks about what the man himself thought about living and dying.

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Kanye West makes bizarre claim about the 'YZY' brand being part of Apple

10/01/2018, 11:10 am

In a series of seemingly unprompted Tweets, Kanye West calls Steve Jobs a hero and claims his for-profit firm is actually a non-profit arm of Apple.

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Looking back at Steve Jobs's NeXT, Inc -- the most successful failure ever

09/12/2018, 10:09 am

It seems little went right for NeXT and certainly nothing remains of this once promising company -- except that it is the reason Apple survives and it's how the web began. AppleInsider on the peculiar story of the company Steve Jobs formed after leaving Apple on September 12, 1985.

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The iPod touch is a worthy end to the iconic music line

09/05/2018, 06:09 am

September 5, 2007 is the day Apple's sole-surviving iPod was launched. Yet for a final device, the iPod touch has persisted and it's also introduced many to iOS. AppleInsider examines its legacy and the surprising number of editions that were made.

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Two new books offer very different looks at Apple founder Steve Jobs

09/04/2018, 09:09 am

The memoirs from the daughter of Steve Jobs and the former principal software engineer for the iPhone both arrive in stores Tuesday, with each looking at different aspects of the man's life -- sometimes contentiously.

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Apple's 'Gather round' event & original iPhone keyboard designer Ken Kocienda on the AppleInsider Podcast

08/31/2018, 07:08 am

This week on the AppleInsider Podcast, Victor and William talk through Apple's latest acquisition and some of the rumors leading into the upcoming Apple event, and Victor speaks with the designer directly responsible for the first iPhone keyboard, Ken Kocienda.

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The road to Steve Jobs' resignation, and the rise of Tim Cook as his successor

08/24/2018, 07:08 am

On August 24, 2011 Apple cofounder Steve Jobs announced his resignation as Apple CEO, six weeks before his death. AppleInsider takes a look back at the controversies and ethical dilemmas of what happened when the CEO got sick and how Tim Cook emerged as his successor.

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Lisa Brennan-Jobs details life with Steve In interview promoting memoir

08/23/2018, 05:08 pm

The daughter of Apple cofounder Steve Jobs and namesake of the Lisa computer continued to promote her new memoir this week in an interview, talking about her complicated relationship with her father -- and why she wishes she could give all of his money to Bill Gates' foundation.

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Apple's revolutionary iMac is 20 years old, and still going strong

08/15/2018, 06:08 am

The iMac is the machine that famously saved Apple back in 1998 -- but it didn't stop there. Rarely standing still, it has kept at the forefront of Apple design, yet today's iMac has the same design goals it always has. AppleInsider looks back at the beginning of the line, all the way to today.

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The myth of Apple's impossibly difficult (yet super easy) hardware business

08/09/2018, 01:08 pm

Every time Apple has entered a new market segment, the wailing sirens of punditry have scrambled to scream out their logic of how impossible it will be for the company to ever get established, to meaningfully change the rules, and to succeed commercially. And at the same time, those same critics frequently throw out the idea that Apple doesn't even have to try to succeed in hardware, because its audience of raving fans will blindly buy any overpriced, underperforming thing the company releases. In both cases, they're wrong, here's why.

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August 6, 1997 -- The day Apple and Microsoft made peace

08/06/2018, 10:08 am

Bill Gates and Steve Jobs came together 21 years ago, when Microsoft agreed to invest $150 million in Apple stock. The deal shocked Apple purists, but it helped put Apple on a firm footing for a few reasons -- and made its historic run possible in the second Steve Jobs era.

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Lisa Brennan-Jobs shares memories of her father in memoir

08/01/2018, 06:08 pm

In "Small Fry," set for publication in September, the eldest daughter of Steve Jobs tells stories about the late Apple cofounder, and her life.

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'Think Different' ad man Ken Segall suggests Jobs' innovative spirit still alive at Apple

07/19/2018, 11:07 am

Ken Segall, the former creative director of the ad agency behind Apple's iconic 'Think Different' commercial, believes the influence of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs continues to help the company innovate, according to comments made in South Korea.

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Gil Amelio resigned at Apple CEO 21 years ago, paving the way for Steve Jobs' ascension as CEO

07/10/2018, 03:07 pm

In July of 1997, five months after Apple bought NeXT and bought him back into the fold, Steve Jobs became Apple's de facto interim CEO, kicking off the most successful comeback by an executive in the history of American business.

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Steve Jobs, Theranos' Elizabeth Holmes, and when the 'reality distortion field' fails

07/06/2018, 10:07 am

The disgraced Theranos founder modeled herself after Steve Jobs, in everything from speaking style to wardrobe. But, as an acclaimed new book about the debacle shows, Jobs-like vision couldn't mask a product that didn't work.

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The story of the original iPhone, that nobody thought was possible

06/29/2018, 09:06 am

When the iPhone shipped to customers on June 29, 2007, The first generation of the device that would change the world was missing a lot of what is has today, but it set up the road map for Apple that continues to this day.

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Tim Cook talks about Steve Jobs thinking differently, Apple product philosophy

06/13/2018, 10:06 am

Apple CEO Tim Cook praised co-founder Steve Jobs in a recent interview for Bloomberg, including his vision for how the iPhone producer should be operated and Cook's interactions with him, as well as covering the company's views on subjects like privacy and civil liberties.

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Ten years ago, Apple's iPhone 3G brought speed and apps to the smartphone

06/08/2018, 04:06 pm

Apple and Steve Jobs unveiled the first iPhone with third-party apps ten years ago on June 8, 2008 setting the table for the explosive growth of Apple in the following decade.

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China's Smartisan says Apple has 'lost its soul' in pitch for new smartphone

05/23/2018, 04:05 pm

Known for treating product launches as variety shows, even selling tickets to such events, Chinese device maker Smartisan cast doubt on Apple's prospects in recently announcing its new R1 smartphone in front of a crowd of about 37,000 people.

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