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And out of those people, there was one man who had managed to revolutionize the world, radically changing the computer, music, movie, smartphone, and tablet computing industry. His name, was Steven Paul Jobs. His impact on the world is impossible to describe in just a small essay. Take a walk through town; you can't turn one corner without seeing the famous Apple logo in someone's hands. But you might be wondering, how did this all begin? Well, be prepared to feast your eyes on the life story of the one and only, Steve Jobs. Joanne Schible and Abdulfattah Jandali decided they wanted a baby girl. So on February 24, 1955, when their baby boy was born, they gave him up for adoption. And on the same day, Paul and Clara Jobs adopted that baby boy, and they named him Steve Jobs. Steve Jobs knew from a very early age that he was adopted by his parents. He spent his early years with his father, Paul Jobs.
Paul Jobs tried to pass down his love for mechanics to his son, but Steve was not interested in mechanics. Instead, he watched his father designing cars with perfection, which stood out to Steve. His father was a perfectionist, as he always made sure everything was done right. And by doing so, Steve Jobs had developed a sense of being a perfectionist as well. This boy was very curious about who his real biological parents were, but he always considered his adoptive parents as his real parents. He was also a very mischievous prankster all through his elementary life. Steve also realized later that he was considered special by his parents and teachers. One day an incident occurred where Steve had outsmarted his parents by proving that a microphone can work without an amplifier, and realized his parents were wrong. And from that day on, Steve Jobs had known that he was smarter than his parents. And this thought had stuck with him all through his life.
Now let's move onto Steve's education, which also played quite a big role on who he is. Steve Jobs basically proved that education is not the key to intelligence. After graduating from high school in 1972, Jobs attended Reed College. He was a very mischievous boy, always pulling little pranks on his colleagues and teachers. He also did not respect authority; he always did what he wanted himself. In college, he took a calligraphy course which later turned out to be very important in helping him build the font for Macintosh. He always did what he thought was right, no matter what. After just two years, he dropped out of college, but continued to take auditing classes at Reed College. He made friends with a computer whiz whose name was Steve Wozniak, nicknamed "Woz". The two Steves both had a passion in electronics, and spent their time working with lots of them. One paragraph isn’t enough to describe the thousands of achievements accomplished by Steve Jobs.
Let’s go through his biggest ones. Remember the Apple I? That was Steve Jobs’ first computer for Apple. It was a huge success, and it is what sparked up the rivalry between other computer companies and Apple. And the Apple I wasn't just any ordinary computer, it was different, something Steve Jobs put much emphasis on. After just one year, Apple released the Apple II. This computer had new color graphics, and this computer was an even huger success compared to the first model. On January 24, 1984, Steve Jobs and his company had released a MacBook, which was basically a portable Macintosh. Macintosh then became the first commercially successful small computer with a graphic user interface. Then, on February 3, 1986, Jobs had purchased Pixar, which was back then a very small company which created animated shorts. Steve turned this company into a huge success. Pixar's first full featured film "Toy Story" was a ground breaking success, which eventually led to other successful movie hits.
Then, on November 10, 1997, Jobs introduced the Apple Store, which was a whole new interactive way to sell and display products. There was a huge difference in Apple Stores compared to the other retail stores. And just when it was time for a new Mac to roll in, the brand new iMac was released on January 8, 1998. This computer was basically the transition into the 21st century. Next, Apple decided to dominate the music industry as well. January 9, 2001 was the day iTunes, Apple digital music store, was released. This turned out to world's largest online digital music seller. Now, to listen to this music, Mr. Jobs released a revolutionary product, called the iPod. October 23, 2001 was the day when people could finally say goodbye to their bulky old Walkman. The iPod could hold an unbelievable amount of songs, compared to other devices at the time.