simplebooklet thumbnail

of 0

Steve Jobs

Founder of Apple Inc.

By: Jessica Curth

 Period 5

  1. Born on February 24, 1955 in San Francisco, California to Joanne Schieble and Abdulfattah "John" Jandali who later gave Jobs up for adoption.  Steve Jobs was adopted by Clara and Paul Jobs. 
  2. His father showed him how to work on electronics and how to take apart and reconstruct electronics as well. 
  3. Once in Homestead High School, Jobs met Steve Wozniak who was attending the University of California. Jobs and Wozniak worked so well together and both had a love for electronics. 
  4. Once graduating from High School, Jobs enrolled at Reed College in Portland, Oregon. Though dropped out 6 months later. 

Who was Steve Jobs?

What inspired the evolution of Apple? 


  1. In 1974, Steve Jobs went to India to find spiritual enlightenment. He later returned and started the Apple Company with Steve Wozniak in 1976. 
  2. Jobs had always been inspired by Edwin Land; the inventor of Polaroid. He had always idealized Edwin Land and learned a lot from him. 
  3. The time of 1976 was the start of something evolutionary, the design of the first personal computer by the Apple Company. Jobs and Wozniak continued to release improved versions of their computers and in the future made the first Apple smartphone.
  1. Apple was founded on April 1, 1976 in California by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. 
  2. The name of the company came from the Beatle's publisher, Apple Corpes. Jobs believed that "Apple' sounded fun, spirited, and not intimidating. 
  3. They created the first hone private computer naming it the Apple I, which generated much success. This computer would be the archetype of every modern computer. 
  4. After many updated versions of the Apple computer, the iPhone was created in 2007 following the iPad, iPod  and smartwatch in the future years to come.

What is Apple?

What are Apple's contributions so society?

  1. In the recent years, Apple has created more than 80,000 jobs directly, 450,000 jobs for 3rd party suppliers, and 1.53 million in the Apple Store ecosystem.
  2.  The number of jobs comes to a total of over 2 million jobs across the 50 states in The United States. 
  3. The jobs apple has created has given people a variety of different jobs for different skills and roles. 
  4. Apple helps the economy by providing more jobs for individuals and improving the U.S. economy.