Fortune Releases The Legacy of Steve Jobs iPad App

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This week Time has released Fortune The Legacy of Steve Jobs. This is Fortune magazine’s look back at Jobs and his legacy – pulled from three decades worth of covering Jobs and Apple in depth.

Here’s more from its App Store description:

Steve Jobs leaves behind an extraordinary legacy, putting him in a class with America’s greatest industrialists. He was the most innovative business leader of our time, the man FORTUNE named CEO of the Decade in 2009. Now from FORTUNE comes the richly illustrated story of his life at the helm of Apple, based in part on three decades of FORTUNE stories about the cultural icon who revolutionized
computing, telephones, movies, music, retailing, and product design.
FORTUNE was with him every step of the way, describing in unparalleled detail the career of a man with relentless drive and a single underlying passion—to carry out his vision of how all of us would use technology. In the end he was proved right a billion times over, and his company became one of the most successful enterprises on the
planet. All these chapters are the product of deep reporting. In many cases FORTUNE’s writers spent hours interviewing Jobs and delving into his mind. The result is a singular journalistic collection, which will leave you with a comprehensive picture of a man who changed the world, a picture that is complex in the making yet simple in its triumph.

I’ve only just installed the app early this morning and had a very quick look – but so far it looks very good. Another very good resource along with the authorized Steve Jobs biography that I’m still making my way through. It looks like it has plenty of great photos along with hopefully some great insight on Jobs.

Here’s an App Store link for Fortune The Legacy of Steve Jobs; it’s priced at $14.99.

Patrick Jordan

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