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Apple’s CEOs are fascinating: Where Steve Jobs cultivated a shrewd genius persona, Tim Cook’s journey to Apple’s upper echelon is equally inspiring. In his George Washington commencement speech on the weekend, Cook shared some details about that journey — and threw in an iPhone joke or two.
Now that the collective eye roll around Apple’s $14,000 watch has turned into a blank stare, it’s time for a little bit of nostalgia. Apple is not new to this game of selling seemingly everyday gadgets for ridiculous dollar amounts. The Twentieth Anniversary Macintosh (TAM) wrote the rules nearly 20 years ago.
Video: At the South by Southwest festival in Austin, TX, audiences are watching the debut of a new CNN documentary called Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine. It’s about Jobs’ life, and how he influenced tech culture. The film’s director, Alex Gibney, is also known for his controversial documentary about Scientology.
Like a game of Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon, these interactive maps show the relationship between all the inventors listed in Apple’s patents and its Wizard of Oz: Steve Jobs — the big red dot. He’s connected to almost every patent and team, from industrial design to hardware to user interfaces to music to security.
It’s almost hard to believe it’s actually happening, considering Sony’s Steve Jobs movie seemed like such a total clusterf**k. But there they are: Michael Fassbender and Seth Rogen as Apple co-founders Jobs and Wozniak. Someone snapped shots of real Hollywood actors on the set of a real Steve Jobs film that you might actually see in theatres.
Filming for the forthcoming — and much-troubled — Steve Jobs biopic started yesterday. With that came confirmation of the main cast that will feature in the film.
The people at the beautiful Woods Hole Inn* have snapped these photos of Steve Jobs’ yacht in the wild. It’s the first time we have seen Venus open like this, offering a peek at its interior design. It looks like a summer home from this angle. Here are two more views of the starboard and the bow.