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Steve Jobs – People Who Changed The World

People Who Changed the World Week #1

As of today our team decided to write about people who changed the world, so we could show our respect to them and share their knowledge with our readers. And so we decided to start off with one of the people that changed the world completely and that’s Steve Jobs.

Steve Jobs

Steve job left us 2 years ago as he died from cancer :(.. But his inventions will live on forever.  Steve Job was American entrepreneur and inventor, he was the Co-Founder of Apple and CEO of the company for many years, he also Co-Founded Pixar. He is considered as one of the most charismatic pioneers of the personal computer revolution. Though all of us know his future, not so many know his past.. Actually Steve Jobs was a college dropout, strange right? But that’s true he dropped out of college, and I don’t know if you have watched the new movie JOBS with Ashton Kutcher, but in the movie he takes LSD and that is true as well, Steve Jobs was really taking LSD in his college years.

 

So How did Steve Jobs Change the World?

 

He made PCs before they were PCs.

The first Mac computers were known as PCs, because they were computers designed to be used by individuals in their homes, something that wasn’t really possible before.  — And the one PCs that managed to do that was Apple II  and actually that was the first widely successful PC. Today’s computers may be classified as PC or Mac, but they all evolved from the original PC prototype and that is why we have to thank Steve Jobs for that.

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He made computers simple.

Actually not only computers but phones as well, like the “smartphones” before iPhone were complete crap so hard to use and so many keys. But Steve Jobs always liked his products to be simple, to be easy to use and that’s the reason why iPhone has 1 button. Mac Computers became successful because  Steve Jobs began to win people over to his vision of a computer that was powerful but also intuitive, easy to use and highly functional.  Users began to abandon PCs for Macs in droves as they realized that Macs froze less, glitched less, crashed less and were easier to navigate besides.

Also Read :Steve Jobs Bio on Wikipedia

He made advertising innovative.

In a famous commercial that ran during the Super Bowl, which costed Steve Jobs a lot of money and was really a risky move: an athlete runs into a room straight out of a dystopian novel and throws a hammer at a projector screen full of propaganda, and then the screen reads –  On January 24, Apple Computer will introduce Macintosh. And you’ll see why 1984 won’t be like ‘1984.’  Steve Jobs was known for putting a lot of resources and money in his ads, and that’s why Apple always had the best ads.

He turned technology into art.

Like I can’t even find a room to compare the design  between Apple’s products and other companies products.. And believe me or not I actually do not own an Apple Product :).. Like Apple’s might be a bit behind when it comes to functions, but that doesn’t matter at all, what matters is the simplicity and the design. Before Steve Jobs showed up, no one had thought to combine so many things– computers, music players, phones — into the same company.

Also Read :5 Self Made Billionaires Who Started From Nothing
And as we end  It was his passion for perfection that made Apple the company as we know it today, from a company inside a garage to a multi billion dollar company..

 

Steve Jobs was known for being a bit harsh on people, but there is no doubt that his inventions changed the world… The Macintosh, The iPod, the iPhone, the iPad, the iMac all of them had something unique that was ahead of their time.. And while people who don’t like Apple Products might not like this, it’s true!

Thanks Steve!
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6 Comments

6 Comments

  1. Corrector

    October 30, 2013 at 8:33 pm

    Actually Steve Jobs stole quite a few ideas, if you’d read his book you’d know that Apple II took ideas from a Computer Research Facility which they’d visit numerous times.

    There were many companies which facilitated so many lines of technology back then, for example HP. But it was Jobs who revolutionized it by maintaining a SINGLE product in each of those product lines, and having it made so simple that one whom never touched a Apple device could navigate it easily.

    • Hristiqn Nikolov

      October 30, 2013 at 9:03 pm

      Heh, thank you for the information. 🙂 And ye but you know good artists copy, great artists steal!

  2. Prashanth Sadasivan

    October 31, 2013 at 11:29 am

    Good post 🙂

  3. Rocky Rhump

    December 4, 2013 at 2:52 pm

    Now, if all other websites just had this sort of post! The things you brought up definitely opened up my mind. You earned a new site reader here!

    • Hristiqn Nikolov

      December 4, 2013 at 11:47 pm

      Glad you liked it, it means a lot and yes I think it’s a really cool Idea and something to grow big on.

  4. Hamza Khurshid

    April 17, 2016 at 9:04 pm

    Amazing … If you know how to get up after failing, then failing is an amazing thing. Any failure should be not be the final blow to you, you should always pick yourself up again and carry on the mission of your life.

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