October 16 is Steve Jobs Day. Have you ever used gadgets from the Apple brand? But most likely you know Steve Jobs. This day celebrates what an incredible innovator he was and how he changed the world.
The Governor of California established Steve Jobs Day in memory of him as a great innovator. Steve Jobs was born in Wisconsin, the city of Germantown. Wealth was in his blood, as Steve’s biological father grew up in the family of a millionaire. Jobs was brought up by a man referred to as “James Dean’s cruel Calvinist.”
On the life of Steve Jobs stepfather had a positive impact. They spent a lot of time together, which led to the fact that at the age of 10, Steve began to actively get involved in electronics. The love of electronics led to the founding of Apple in 1976. He stayed with the company until 1985 and, after leaving, created the NeXT computers, which were bought out by Apple Computers, marking Jobs’ return to the company in 1997.
Perhaps many do not know, but before the return of Steve to Apple, she suffered a sharp decline and only with the arrival of Jobs, and later the advent of the iPod, attention returned to the company. In 2011, Steve died of pancreatic cancer.
Here are some interesting facts about Steve Jobs:
- 1 dollar, exactly the same annual salary he paid himself;
- suffered from dyslexia;
- in the 3rd grade, he blew up a firecracker under the teacher’s chair;
- dressed up as Jesus at Apple’s first Halloween party.
How to celebrate
Perhaps you have never used Apple products, well, Steve Jobs Day is a great opportunity to try something new for yourself. Visit your nearest Apple store or order online. If you are a happy owner of Apple products, then share photos of your gadgets on social networks using the #SteveJobsDay hashtag.
When is Steve Jobs Day celebrated in 2022?
Steve Jobs Day is observed on October 16 each year.