Steve Jobs


Title: Steve Jobs Architect of Wealthy Thoughts

Author: Ruhollah Soleimani

Publisher: Andisheh Fazel

Subject: Computer Engineers – USA – Biography

Age category: Adult

Number of pages: 280

Language: Farsi



Steve Jobs’ book The Architect of Wealthy Thoughts is the title of Steve Jobs’s official autobiography, written at his own request by renowned biographer Walter Isaacson.

Steve Jobs Book
Awareness of the lifestyle of influential people in any field can untie the knots of people’s minds. By knowing the life form and personal characteristics of prominent figures, human beings can hope for themselves and expand this hope in the path of believing in themselves and realizing their dreams.

Man has abilities that even he is not aware of, and this is one of the reasons why he gives up his ideal desires. While the acquisition of historical knowledge and experience shows that each person can achieve the dream and goal in his mind with the right education, awareness and continuity in the effort.
Reading and knowing the lives of prominent figures makes this ability clearer and more accessible to people. The geniuses who have left historical traces in various fields such as politics, science, art, philosophy and history have not had extraterrestrial abilities, and many of them have made their name in history by persevering in achieving their dreams.

One of the reasons why people are interested in biographical films and books is to use the experiences of these figures and to know how these people achieve their goals in various fields.
Sometimes, however, it is due to curiosity and a desire to know the way of life of these people; Because in many cases they are only aware of the achievements of these figures and their personal lives are not public. And sometimes eager to know different aspects of the lives of these figures; Because they can believe in themselves that what they want is not possible.

Steve Jobs is one of the most important and influential figures in the field of technology and technology of the twentieth century, whose endless dreams brought him to this position. In Steve Jobs’s book, in the context of the author’s conversations with those around him, one can recognize his unique life and personality.

About the biography of Steve Jobs
The original biography of Steve Jobs was created by him at the request of Walter Isaacson. Steve Jobs’s book is a documentary based on the author’s conversations with Jobs and those around him over a two-year period.

Isaacson conducted more than forty interviews with Steve Jobs, his family members, co-workers, pros and cons during his long career at Apple Apple and Next. In these extensive interviews, he did not miss Jobs’s close and distant friends and prominent rivals. Based on what he has heard in more than 100 interviews, Isaacson narrates the life of Steve Jobs in the third season.
Jobs had a strong belief in privacy throughout his life and never made his privacy public. But after being diagnosed with cancer, he decided to acquaint people with his personal characteristics, professional life and the secrets of reaching an important position in the field of technology and technology. For this reason, he shared various aspects of his life with Isaacson and did not interfere in the content of the book and the opinions of others about himself.

What do we know about the author of the best-selling biography book in the world?
American writer and biographer Walter Isaacson was born in 1952 in the United States. He was the chairman of the board for a while and then the CEO of CNN.

In Time, the first weekly magazine in the United States to cover political, cultural, scientific, sports, and world affairs, he held the highest position and was the managing director of this news magazine.

Isaacson has written biographies of a number of prominent figures in the world. Prominent figures such as Henry Kissinger, an American politician who holds important positions such as Secretary of State and National Security Adviser.
Albert Einstein, a physics genius and Nobel laureate who rose to world fame with his Theory of Relativity. Benjamin Franklin, governor of Pennsylvania and a prominent politician who played a key role in the American Revolution and US Independence in 1776.

Leonardo da Vinci, a prominent Italian painter and scientist considered by many to be a genius of the Renaissance, and a biography of American inventor and entrepreneur Steve Jobs. Jobs was the founder and CEO of Apple, and his genius and talent made him one of the most important figures in science and technology in the 21st century.

Steve Jobs narrated by Isaacson
Walter Isaacson and Jobs had a long-distance relationship. After being diagnosed with cancer, Jobs asked Walter Isaacson to describe his life in book form. But he hid his illness from her and did not tell her the reason for her request. Isaacson, who recently published a biography of Benjamin Franklin, was surprised by Steve Jobs’ request and told him, “Maybe ten more years.”

But in the second period, when Jobs’s cancer reacted and dragged him to a hospital bed, his wife told Isaacson and repeated Jobs’s request. Finally, during two years of conversations with Jobs and his colleagues and associates, the author published a book by Steve Jobs in 2011, a few months after Jobs’s death.
In a fluid and engaging way, Isaacson portrays Jobs’s idealistic and eager character to combine initiative and creativity with technology from a third-person language, taking the audience to the end of the book.
The biography of Steve Jobs Isaacson became his best-selling work and the books published in the biography genre.

Jobs biography in the form of literature
Former Apple CEO Jay Elliott, a close associate of Steve Jobs, also wrote a book, Leadership Techniques for the New Generation of Steve Jobs, about Jobs’s career. Jay Elliott introduces the audience to the breakups, the golden age, creativity in design, and how Jobs leads.
Another book, The Secrets of Steve Jobs’s Creativity, was written by Carmine Gallo. In this book, Gallo reveals the secrets and reasons for Jobs’s remarkable success.

Persian translation of Steve Jobs’s book
In 1397, Joya Publications published a book by Steve Jobs, translated by Parnaz Siddiq Rad. The first Persian translation of this book has been published by “Nasser Dadgostar” in electronic version.

Joya Publications started its activities in 2015. Initially, the focus of this publication was to publish fiction books, and he translated and published the works of important authors such as Borges and Graham Green. After a while, the publishing approaches became wider and the publication of books in the fields of psychology and history became more successful.
One of the reasons for the success of these publications is the high accuracy of quality managers in selecting works, as well as the large size of their target community. Joya Publishing takes into account the scientific, psychological and literary needs of all age groups and offers the translation of books to the market after repeated and accurate editions.

Sanei Publications also published the first printed version of Isaacson’s book translated by Mehdi Ebrahimi. This book has been published by various publications such as “Peykan”, “Donya-e-Eqtesad”, and “Dorandishan”.

Life video of the founder of Apple
Prominent English director Danny Boyle made Steve Jobs’ 2015 film based on Isaacson’s book. Boyle rose to world fame with “Slumdog Millionaire” and won numerous awards, including an Oscar, a BAFTA and a Golden Globe.

In “Steve Jobs,” he portrayed a faithful adaptation of Jobs’s book and life and won rave reviews. The film stars Michael Fessbender, Kate Winslet and Seth Rogen.
In 2013, another film called “Jobs” was made. This film depicts the life of Steve Jobs; However, it has nothing to do with the content of Isaacson’s book.

We read in a part of the biography of Steve Jobs
Over the years, Steve Jobs has become a master of extraordinary product development. In the case of the Macintosh, Ridley Scott’s ad was a component of its success.

The other part was proper media coverage in the media. Jobs had found a way to launch a propaganda explosion that was so powerful that it continued with its force, like a series of reactions. He used the same method for the Macintosh in 1984 and the iPad in 2010.

Just like a wizard, he could pull the trigger continuously. He had learned some of these movements from Reggie McConaughey, who was a master of this type of cultural work.

But Jobs also adds variety and excitement. In December 1983, he took his wizarding engineers Andy Hertzfeld and Barrel Smith to New York to see the story of the boy who invented the Mac while visiting Newsweek magazine.
After the Macintosh show, they went upstairs to meet Newsweek owner Katherine Graham, who was passionate about new things. The magazine then sent its technical columnist and photographer to Palo Alto. The result was a four-page article with photographs that signaled a new era. The article was accompanied by a quote from Smith, who said: “I want to build a computer from the 90’s. “It would only be nice if I could prepare it tomorrow.”

The article praised Jobs’ positive and resilient personality: “Sometimes Jobs defends his ideas out loud, which of course is not fuss.

Rumor has it that he has threatened to fire employees who insist on installing location keys on a computer – a feature that Jobs considered obsolete. “But when he is in the mood, he becomes a strange mixture of charm and impatience, which is very clever, and his favorite phrase: ‘Crazy.’

Introducing the synopsis of Steve Jobs’s biography, the founder of Apple
Steve Jobs’s biography of Walter Isaacson, the founder of Apple, depicts Jobs’s real life and recounts all the moments and decisions that some have made in the future.

Steve Jobs has been one of the most influential people in the age of technology. Even his critics believe he is a myth.

By reading this microbook and getting to know the real Steve Jobs, you will be amazed and read why Apple would be meaningless without Steve Jobs. This is the only book published with Jobs’ consent, and it is interesting to note that he never read his autobiography. The book was published 3 months after Jobs’s death and broke the sales record in less than 2 weeks.
Walter Isaacson is a famous American author and biographer. Walter CEO and Chairman of the Board C. ان. He has been the CEO of the Times for some time. His writing ability is such that he is considered one of the geniuses of modern style writing.

In addition to Jobs’s life, Walter also wrote biographies of Einstein and Benjamin Fraklin. Jobs’s autobiography was written over a period of 2 years, with 40 lengthy interviews with Steve and all those close to him. Walter initially asks Steve to never comment on the book, and Jobs agrees, but never gets a chance to read it.

In an excerpt from Steve Jobs’s biography, you read:
In the first 30 years of the computer age, two stars shone together. Both left school and were born in 1955 to Steve Jobs and Bill Gates. “They both thought they were smarter than each other, but Jobs treated Gates as if he were a second-class citizen,” Andy said. “Bill was looking down on Jobs because he didn’t know how to program.”

These differences placed them on both sides of the fundamental fault of the technological age. But in the course of time, they became a two-person group: Jobs told them they had to make plans for the Mac, and Gates agreed. Among them, Jobs fell in love with Excel and suggested that if Excel was exclusive to Apple for 2 years, it would go to i. بی. If he does not show up, then Jobs will close his base group.

Gates acknowledged this. At the time, Gates had become an Apple trustee, and in his own words: I was part of the ship’s crew and had access to every pinhole. Word and Excel were originally supposed to have the Apple logo on every Mac, but when Jobs saw that Microsoft was slow, he decided not to offer Microsoft software by default.
This led Gates to think that he could sell his software separately for other devices. Gates, on the other hand, was using the DOS system at the time, but gradually realized that it must be something like a Mac. Andy once told Jobs that he was suspicious of Microsoft, that they were asking questions about operating system details, that they were cheating on the Mac.

A year later, Microsoft announced that it was planning to develop a new operating system for IP computers. بی. ‌ is and Windows was released. But since Mac was also built on an Xerox operating system, Gates claimed that he also built Windows inspired by the Xerox operating system, not Mac. But Jobs’ resentment of Gates remained until 30 years later. “They cheated on us shamelessly,” he said. “There is no shame in Bill.”

Index of the book
About the book
About the author
About the sponsor
Chapter One: Childhood
Chapter Two: Strange Couples
Another Steve
Blue box
Chapter Three: Leaving School
Chapter 4: Atari and India
Chapter Five: Apple One
Apple Birthday
Garage group
Chapter 6: Apple 2
A comprehensive product
The first introduction
A new CEO
Chapter 7: Lisa
Chapter 8: Xerox and Lisa
Xerox Park
Great artists steal
Chapter 9: Stock Offering
A simple millionaire
Chapter Ten: And Now Mac
Chapter Eleven: The Circle of Distortion of Reality
Chapter Twelve: Design
Looks like a Porsche
Chapter Thirteen: Competition
Versatile control
Chapter Fourteen: A New CEO
Chapter 15: Mac Release
Advertisement 1984
Advertising explosion
January 24, 1984
Chapter Sixteen: Gates and Jobs
Chapter Seventeen: Icarus
Mass migration
A coup
Chapter 18: Next
The computer is not
A cowboy comes to the rescue
Gates and Next
Introduction Next
Chapter Nineteen: Pixar
Chapter Twenty: An Ordinary Person
Chapter Twenty-two: The Man of the Family
Lisa came
Chapter Twenty-two: The Story of Toys
Chapter Twenty-three: Return
Apple Crash
Chapter Twenty-four: Reconstruction
Apple and Microsoft
Chapter Twenty-Five: Be Distinguished
Production line review
Chapter Twenty-six: Jobs & Johnny Ive Design Studio
Chapter Twenty-seven: Aimak
Chapter Twenty-eight: CEO
Black ski collar
Temporary CEO for an indefinite period
Chapter Twenty-Nine: Apple Stores
Chapter 30: The Digital Pole
This is it
Pure white
Chapter Thirty-One: The iTunes Store
Chapter Thirty-two: The Man of Music
IPod Challenge
Chapter Thirty-Three: Friends and Enemies of Pixar
Personal film
Chapter Thirty-Four: Distinctive
Powell and Intel
Chapter Thirty-Five: The First Round
Stanford Graduation Celebration
Fifty years old
Chapter 36: iPhone
Multi Touch
Gorilla Glass
Introducing the iPhone
Chapter Thirty-seven: The Second Round of Cancer
coming back
Chapter Thirty-Eight: The iPad
Introducing the iPod
Chapter Thirty-Nine: War Again
IPhone 4 antenna problem
Chapter Forty: Towards Infinity
Apple’s new headquarters
Chapter Forty-one: The Third Round of Disease
Return of pain
That day has come
Chapter Forty-two: Inheritance
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Introducing the biography of Steve Jobs
Steven Powell Jobs (1955-2011) is an entrepreneur and founder of Apple and one of the leading figures in the computer industry.
His father was a Syrian immigrant named Abu al-Fatah Jan Jundali, who later became a professor of political science. Abu al-Fatah went to San Francisco in 1955 and met Joan Carol Schiebel, and the result was Steve’s birth.

At that time it was not possible for Steve to be raised by his parents, and as a result of his upbringing he was entrusted to Paul Reinhold Jobs and Clara Hagopian.

In 1976, 21-year-old Jobs co-founded Apple with his friend Steve Wozniak, 26. The first personal computer that Apple introduced to the market was called the Apple I.
A year later, in 1977, the Apple II hit the market.
Jobs left Apple in 1985 after a management dispute and founded Next that year. One of the most important products of Next Company is Next Computer, which later hosted the first web browser.

In 1996, Apple bought Next for $ 429 million. During the deal, Steve Jobs returned to Apple. Highlights of this issue at Apple include the introduction of the iPod in 2001, the unveiling of iTunes Store in 2003, and the introduction of the iPhone and iPad in 2007 and 2010.

Walter Isaacson (1952), author of Jobs’s autobiography, is now the CEO of the Span Foundation and formerly CNN President and Executive Secretary of Time magazine.

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