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If you are a member of The Blu-ray Disc Association (BRDA), there’s no doubt that someone like Apple CEO Steve Jobs practically denouncing support of the very format you’re entrusted to hype feels like a knife in the heart.
Battery Issues on iPhone 3GS handsets running iOS 4? Nah. According to Macnn, a Norwegian journalist by the name of Jarle Aasland, sent an email off to Steve Jobs to query whether the Apple CEO was aware of the battery life issues many iPhone 3GS users have reported since upgrading to the latest version of Apple's mobile operating system.
If you have more money than common sense and your taste runs -- oh, how should we put this? -- perhaps a tad bit on the tacky side, you can now bling out your new iPhone 4 with a crystallized image of Apple CEO Steve Jobs… or most anything else you could ever want.
Even though Apple’s popular mobile devices, computers and accessories are manufactured in China, one CEO of a leading consumer electronics firm there thinks that Cupertino is “missing a huge opportunity” in the country -- but is thankful for it.
Ruh-roh! If you closely follow the saga of Apple CEO Steve Jobs responding to customers’ e-mail inquiries, you might want to pay attention to this one. It turns out that at least one such exchange on Thursday is a complete fake, according to Apple’s own PR department.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs has become the tech equivalent of a magic eight-ball: Instead of shaking it up for the answer you seek, simply fire off an e-mail to the right address and get wisdom thrown down from the mountain. This week the subject is HD video -- specifically uploading it via the iPhone 4 as well as playing it on a Mac.
In the latest Stevemail, Jobs wants iPhone users to be less concerned about the multitasking features and just learn to love them. MacDaily is reporting that in a latest email to a MacDailyNews reader inquiry, Jobs simply replied, "People shouldn't have to understand multitasking. Just use is [sic] as designed, and you'll be happy. No need to ever quit apps."
Of all the people you'd compare Steve Jobs to, surely Leonardo DaVinci is not the first to come to mind. However, that's not a bad comparison because, after all, Jobs is as much of an innovator for the world of technology--especially mobile technology--as DaVinci was during the Renaissance Era.
Softbank CEO, Masayoshi Son, actually made this comparison after becoming entirely smitten with the Apple co-founder's achievements.
"Hundreds of years from now, Leonardo DaVinci and Steve Jobs will be held in the same high regard," he said. "[Jobs] doesn't see his products as just a product. It's as if they are his artwork or something that embodies his very own life."