Tim Cook relayed a lot of details about the upcoming Apple Watch to employees at the main Berlin Apple Store, and most of them leaked out into the public. Let's hope Cook still has some some surprises in store for next Monday! In other news, there's a new Steve Jobs biography on the way, and if you've been itching to try out the new Photos for Mac app, you can hop in today if you have beta access.
Steve Jobs tends to get a bad rap on account of his near-insufferable nature and his demands for perfection, but a new book by Pixar president and co-founder Ed Catmull demonstrates how the famed animation studio partly changed the Apple co-founder for the better.
Remember Walter Isaacson, the guy who wrote that bestselling biography of Steve Jobs that seemed to be everywhere in the winter of 2011-2012? Isaacson once again found himself in the spotlight earlier this month when he argued in an interview with CNBC that the "greatest innovation today" was coming from Google's offices, not Apple's. It sparked such a harsh response that Isaacson held another interview with Bloomberg this morning in which he argued that Apple is still better at turning their ideas into reality.
ER star Noah Wyle was the first actor to portray Apple co-founder Steve Jobs on film in the 1999 TV movie The Pirates of Silicon Valley, but he definitely won’t be the last. Ashton Kutcher is going from replacing Charlie Sheen to stepping into the late CEO’s shoes for a new film called Jobs.
In case you missed it Sunday night, CBS News has now posted the full Steve Jobs profile with official biographer Walter Isaacson for online viewing -- and if that’s not enough, Apple has posted an 80-minute video from the company’s own private tribute to the man for all to see.
Originally scheduled for release in early 2012 and first bumped up to November, former Time magazine managing editor Walter Isaacson’s official biography of Steve Jobs is now in stores -- and if you happened to preorder it as a Kindle title via Amazon, you might have gotten it a little early, too.
Of all the news items we report here at MacLife.com, writing about the death of Apple co-founder Jobs at age 56 is certainly the one we’ve dreaded the most. By now, co-workers, celebrities, politicians, journalists and even regular folks who simply love Apple products have all chimed in on the news. We woke up this morning in a world with one less visionary -- particularly difficult when there are so few of them to begin with. Here’s a recap of related news and events for Thursday, October 6.
Steve Jobs' resignation late Wednesday certainly took the world by storm. Now, the authorized biography, Steve Jobs: A Biography, will include all the details surrounding the now former Apple CEO's departure. Despite the sudden news, the biography of the iconic figure is still due to hit bookstores this November.
As many know by now, Time managing editor Walter Issacson had been given the green light awhile back to work on the first authorized biography of Apple CEO Steve Jobs. The book was originally slated to be released in early 2012. Now it appears various online book retailers have updated the listing to a November 21, 2011 release date.
We know, you’re chomping at the bit to get your hands on the official Steve Jobs biography coming March 6, 2012, but first the publisher and the author have to sort out exactly what the thing will be called -- and sometimes, the simplest title is the best one.