Editorial: Steve Jobs shared secrets of Apple’s iPad but nobody listened

Before he passed away, Steve Jobs uncharacteristically shared some strategic insights in public on what would make tablets successful. Rather than the rest of the industry benefiting from his observations, critics and competitors insisted he was wrong and set out to prove it. AppleInsider – Frontpage News

Tim Cook delivers Stanford commencement speech, talks Steve Jobs, privacy, more [Video]

Following his speech at Tulane University last month, Tim Cook today delivered the commencement address at Stanford University. During the speech, Cook invoked Steve Jobs, talked digital privacy, and much more. more… The post Tim Cook delivers Stanford commencement speech, talks Steve Jobs, privacy, more [Video] appeared first on 9to5Mac. 9to5Mac

Apple playfully turns on its March 25 event live stream early, showing an empty Steve Jobs Theater

Apple has publicly turned on its March 25 event live stream early this time around, teasing eagle-eyed viewers by occasionally raising the curtain to reveal … something. more… The post Apple playfully turns on its March 25 event live stream early, showing an empty Steve Jobs Theater appeared first on 9to5Mac. 9to5Mac

Steve Jobs handwritten Apple I manuscript fails to hit reserve at auction and goes unsold

A handwritten manuscript by late Apple CEO Steve Jobs reached $ 28,000 at Bonham’s History of Science and Technology, Including Space History auction in New York City this afternoon, failing to meet reserve and therefore remaining unsold. more… The post Steve Jobs handwritten Apple I manuscript fails to hit reserve at auction and goes unsold […]

Steve Wozniak believes Steve Jobs would be proud of Apple today, says Samsung’s ‘fun features’ aren’t ‘innovations’

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak sat down for an interview today with CNBC. In the interview, he touched on several topics, including what he thinks of Apple today. more… The post Steve Wozniak believes Steve Jobs would be proud of Apple today, says Samsung’s ‘fun features’ aren’t ‘innovations’ appeared first on 9to5Mac. 9to5Mac

How Steve Jobs disliked Apple’s Infinite Loop campus, but made it his own

In a new oral history to mark Infinite Loop’s 25th anniversary, Apple leaders past and present look back on the Cupertino campus that was Apple’s home for nearly a quarter century — and discussed Apple founder Steve Jobs’ opinion on the company’s base of operation. AppleInsider – Frontpage News

20 Years of iMac: Steve Jobs iconic internet machine that courageously reinvented Apple

Twenty years ago today Steve Jobs introduced iMac, an ambitious new Mac aimed specifically at easy Internet access. It not only redefined the design and styling of tech products but charted a strategic course that would take Apple from being a minority PC maker to the world’s most valuable tech company. Most importantly, iMac had […]

New drone video shows prep at Steve Jobs Theater in lead up to iPhone 8 event

One of the most exciting parts of Apple’s iPhone 8 event invites last week was that the keynote will be held at the brand new Steve Jobs Theater. This evening, new drone video from Duncan Sinfield offers our clearest and best look yet at Apple’s new auditorium, exactly one week ahead of the iPhone 8 […]