Ten years ago Steve Jobs, the founder of Apple, died. The inventor revolutionized the world of mobile gadgets. The engineer pioneered the era of information technology.
Jobs got interested in electronics when he was still in school. Steve assembled his first microcomputer with a friend in 1976 in a garage. The invention was called the Apple I. The world’s first mass-produced computer was the Apple II. The best selling machine in Apple’s history is the iMac. But the iPhone was a real hit. The gadget interrupted the dominance of personal computers.
Apple’s founder managed to keep his finger on the pulse of the time all his life. It is still impossible to surpass Jobs’ inventions. Steve Jobs is put on a par with such outstanding inventors and entrepreneurs as Henry Ford and Thomas Edison.