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Steven Paul was born in San Francisco, the son of Abdulfattah and Joanne. He is adopted by Jobs Family[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=»1969″ time_position=»auto»]steve_wozniak_and_steve_jobs_met2

Steve Jobs meets Steve Wozniak, 5 years older, through a mutual friend. Woz and Steve share a love of electronics, Bob Dylan, and pranks[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=»1 Apr 1976″ time_position=»auto»]full.2366288306_b60155ce23_o

Apple Computer Inc. is incorporated by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ron Wayne[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=»Spring 1976″ time_position=»auto»]steve_wozniak_and_steve_jobs_1

Steve and Woz start assembling Apple I computers in the Jobses’ garage, and sell them to computer hobbyists, including 50 for the Byte Shop[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_feat time_title=»12 Dec 1980″ time_position=»auto»]o-STEVE-JOBS-1977-facebook

Apple goes public, increasing Steve Jobs’ net worth from dozens of millions of dollars to over $200 million[/icon_timeline_feat][icon_timeline_item time_title=»Feb 1982″ time_position=»auto»]Striking-It-Rich

A portrait of Steve Jobs ends up on the cover of Time Magazine, under the title ‘Striking it Rich’.[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=»8 Apr 1983 » time_position=»auto»]03

PepsiCo CEO John Sculley becomes Apple’s CEO after having been wooed by Steve Jobs for several months[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=»24 Jan 1984″ time_position=»auto»]apple-1984-runner

Macintosh is launched in great fanfare at Apple’s annual shareholder meeting[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=»17 Sep 1985″ time_position=»auto»]070409c1N

Steve Jobs resigns from Apple and starts NeXT with five other refugees from Apple.[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_sep time_sep_title=»1986-1996 NeXT Pixar & wilderness»][icon_timeline_item time_title=»30 Jan 1986″ time_position=»auto»]

Jobs buys the computer division of George Lucas’ ILM for $10 million and incorporates it as Pixar.[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=»12 Oct 1988″ time_position=»auto»]Steve Jobs introduces the NeXT Cube in San Francisco to great critical acclaim, pitching it as a workstation for higher education

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Steve Jobs is named ‘Entrepreneur of the decade’ by Inc. magazine[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=»18 Mar 1991 » time_position=»auto»]Steve-Jobs-Laurene-Powell-wedding

Steve Jobs marries Laurene Powell in Yosemite under the blessing of Steve’s old zen guru Kobin Chino. Laurene is already pregnant[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_feat time_title=»29 Nov 1995″ time_position=»auto»]Toy-Story

One week after Toy Story is out, Pixar goes public. Steve Jobs’s worth rises to $1.5 billion, more than it ever was during his first tenure at Apple[/icon_timeline_feat][icon_timeline_item time_title=»Early 1996 » time_position=»auto»]01pixar.xlarge1Steve Jobs negotiates a breakthrough deal between Pixar and Disney with its CEO Michael Eisner. The deal includes landmark rights for a studio, such as equal billing[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=»Dec 1996″ time_position=»auto»]next-apple-merger

Apple, which was desperately looking for a modern operating system to buy, eventually buys NeXT for $400 million. Steve Jobs is named «informal adviser» to Apple CEO Gil Amelio[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_sep time_sep_title=»1997-2004 Rebuilding Apple»][icon_timeline_item time_title=»Jul 1997″ time_position=»auto»]150739-steve-jobs-interim-ceo-of-apple-computer-inc-talks-about-apples-softwa

Gil Amelio is ousted by the Apple Board of directors after a disastrous quarter. Steve Jobs is named interim CEO in his place and installs his NeXT executive team at the top of Apple[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=»6 Aug 1997″ time_position=»auto»]0631

Steve Jobs introduces Apple’s new board of directors and a truce with Microsoft at Macworld Boston[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=»Fall 1997″ time_position=»auto»]

Apple starts its ‘Think Different’ campaign to restore its damaged brand image. The new slogan will quickly enter popular culture and define the company for the next five years[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=»5 Jan 1999″ time_position=»auto»]61390460592_freesize1

Steve Jobs introduces the new Power Mac G3 and the color iMacs at Macworld San Francisco[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=»April 1999″ time_position=»auto»]Pirates_Of_Silicon_Valley_357751

Pirates of Silicon Valley, a TV movie starring Noah Wyle as young Steve Jobs, airs[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=»5 Jan 2000″ time_position=»auto»]jobs8_2000_1980131i

At Macworld San Francisco, Steve Jobs drops the ‘interim’ in his title and officially becomes Apple’s CEO.[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=»19 May 2001 » time_position=»auto»]apple_store_amsterdam_staircase

Apple opens its first Retail Stores in Tysons Corner, Virginia and Glendale, California[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=»23 Oct 2001 » time_position=»auto»]20111023_ipod

After an 8-month crash development program, Steve Jobs unveils iPod at a small media event on the company’s campus. He has no idea how it will tranform Apple[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=»28 Apr 2003 » time_position=»auto»]Apple opens the revolutionary online iTunes Music Store in the US, after negotiating landmark deals with all major music labels[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=»30 May 2003″ time_position=»auto»]

Opening day of Finding Nemo, Pixar’s first Best Animated Feature Academy Award winner[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=»23 Jun 2003″ time_position=»auto»]Steve Jobs unveils the Power Mac G5, the world’s fastest computer, at WWDC[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=»Fall 2003″ time_position=»auto»]Steve Jobs is diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, but stubbornly refuses any modern medical treatment for months. He tries alternative diets instead[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=»6 Jan 2004″ time_position=»auto»]Steve unveils the iPod mini and the iLife suite at Macworld. The iPod mini will soon become the world’s best-selling MP3 player and truly establish Apple as a consumer electronics powerhouse[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=»Aug 2004″ time_position=»auto»]Steve Jobs finally has his pancreatic tumor removed by surgery[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_sep time_sep_title=»2005-2011 The Big Apple»][icon_timeline_item time_title=»12 Jun 2005 » time_position=»auto»]

Steve Jobs makes a memorable commencement speech at Stanford University. History will remember its closing remarks, Steve’s advice to the young students:

‘Stay hungry, stay foolish’

[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=»24 Jan 2006 » time_position=»auto»]The Walt Disney Company acquires Pixar for $7.4 billion. Pixar’s largest shareholder Steve Jobs joins the Disney board while Ed Catmull becomes president of the Walt Disney Animation Studios, and John Lasseter its chief creative officer[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=»9 Jan 2007 » time_position=»auto»]image-1024x792

In his most memorable keynote presentation ever, at Macworld 2007, Steve Jobs introduces iPhone and its revolutionary touch-screen interface.[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=»15 Jan 2008 » time_position=»auto»]

At Macworld 2008, Steve Jobs introduces MacBook Air, with the tagline ‘the world’s thinnest notebook’. Three years later, it will come to redefine all of Apple’s notebook product line[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=»Apr 2009″ time_position=»auto»]Steve receives a liver transplant at the Methodist University Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. He was weeks away from dying when he got the surgery[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=»9 Sep 2009 » time_position=»auto»]ipod_icons___5_colours_by_mindjek-d3cq1u3

Back at Apple, Steve Jobs makes the first public appearance after his transplant to introduce new iPods at the ‘It’s Only Rock’N’Roll’ event[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=»27 Jan 2010″ time_position=»auto»]iPad-Mini

After months of wild rumors, Steve Jobs unveils iPad, ‘the biggest thing Apple’s ever done’. The tablet runs the same operating system as iPhone[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=»24 Aug 2011 » time_position=»auto»]rip_steve_jobs_by_xmeerzx-d4bzuvm

Steve Jobs resigns as CEO of Apple, with the words

‘I have always said if there ever came a day when I could no longer meet my duties and expectations as Apple’s CEO, I would be the first to let you know. Unfortunately, that day has come.’

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Steve Jobs dies at home, surrounded by his family[/icon_timeline_item][/icon_timeline]