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We welcome outside contributions. Senate probes still on The end of the House committee’s Russia probe does not leave Trump in the clear, I’ll hit you again, Redick scored 19 points and Dario Saric added 16. Time Inc. and Tetzeli was an editor both at Fortune and at Entertainment Weekly also a Time Inc magazine) Schlender and Tetzeli have given their book the subtitle “The Evolution of a Reckless Upstart into a Visionary Leader” and its emphasis is on the transformation that Jobs underwent between 1985 when he was ousted from Apple and 1997 when he returned to it "The most basic question about Steves career is this" they write "How could the man who had been such an inconsistent inconsiderate rash and wrongheaded businessman … become the venerated CEO who revived Apple and created a whole new set of culture-defining products" Its an excellent question 11 Amazing Features of the Apple Watch The Apple Watch is the company’s’ first entirely new product category since the original iPad It’s a huge gamble for Apple and a test of the still-nascent wearable market Stephen Lam—Reuters/Corbis The Watch is the most customizable and varied product Apple has likely ever launched It’ll come in three editions made of different metals and be available with multiple snap-in wrist bands Prices start at $349 Justin Sullivan—Getty Images The Watch has a touch interface that can sense the difference between a light touch and hard press But it also has a "digital crown" that allows users to quickly scroll through lists without obscuring the screen Justin Sullivan—Getty Images The Watch must be paired with an iPhone for many of its functions The device piggybacks on the phone’s data and GPS connections to pipe in directions or incoming voice calls and text messages for instance Stephen Lam—Reuters The Watch like Apple’s other iDevices will have various independent apps Examples include a Tesla app that shows the status of your electric car when it’s charging and a Starwood app that lets the Watch act as your room key Stephen Lam—Reuters Apple’s fitness app one of the device’s main selling points tracks runs walks and bike rides Stephen Lam—Reuters The Watch also can track your heart rate (while resting while active) throughout the day thanks to these light sensors on the back Koichi Mitsui—AFLO/Corbis It also has Apple Pay the company’s digital payments platform Swipe the Watch in front of a compatible kiosk and it will make an automatic online payment Justin Sullivan—Getty Images CEO Tim Cook has said the Watch will last about a day before it needs to be recharged So far battery life has been the biggest downside of most wearables The Watch recharges through the magnetic system shown here Justin Sullivan—Getty Images The Watch will come with many customizable bands that slip on and click in place at the top and bottom of the device’s body Justin Sullivan—Getty Images It also comes in two sizes 38mm and 42mm to fit on different size wrists Monica Davey—EPA Higher-end models of the watch could cost several thousands of dollars Stephen Lam—Reuters Apple is significantly expanding it’s product reach Justin Sullivan—Getty Images And there’s one more thing. David Paul Morris—Bloomberg/Getty Images It tells the time Marcio Jose Sanchez—AP 1 of 15 Advertisement Becoming Steve Jobs is like most books about Jobs tough on his early years He could be a callous person (he initially denied being the father of his first child) and a terrible manager (the original Macintosh while magnificent in its conception was only barely viable as a product) On this score Schlender and Tetzeli are clear and even-handed Its easy to forget that Jobs originally wanted Pixar the animation firm he took over from George Lucas in 1986 to focus on selling its graphics technology rather than making movies and if the geniuses there hadnt been more independent he might have run it into the ground Schlender and Tetzeli argue that it was this middle period that made Jobs The failure of his first post-Apple company NeXT chastened him; his work with Pixars Ed Catmull and John Lasseter taught him patience and management skills; and his marriage to Laurene Powell Jobs deepened him emotionally In those wilderness years he learned discipline and (some) humility and how to iterate and improve a project gradually Thus reforged he returned to Apple and led it back from near bankruptcy to become the most valuable company in the world Schlender and Tetzeli strenuously insist that theyre upending the "common myths" about Jobs But theyre not specific about who exactly believes these myths and in fact its a bit of a straw man: theres not much in Becoming Steve Jobs that Isaacson or anybody else would disagree with Whats missing is more problematic: as it goes on Becoming Steve Jobs gradually abandons its critical distance and becomes a paean to the greatness of Jobs and Apple Jobs was "someone who preferred creating machines that delighted real people" and his reborn Apple was "a company that could once again make insanely great computing machines for you and me" It reprints the famous "Think Different" spiel in full It compares Jobs career arc without irony to that of Buzz Lightyear in Toy Story It unspools sentences like: "Steve [were on a first-name basis with him] also understood that the personal satisfaction of accomplishing something insanely great was the best motivation of all for a group as talented as his" Read More: Apples Watch Will Make People and Computers More Intimate Its easy to see why Apple executives have endorsed Becoming Steve Jobs but it has imperfections that would have irked Jobs himself The writing is slackits larded with clichés ("he wanted to play their game but by his own rules") and marred by small infelicities (it confuses jibe and gibe twice) It lacks detail: for example it covers Jobs courtship of and marriage to Laurene in two dry pages ("Their relationship burned intensely from the beginning as you might expect from the pairing of two such strong-willed individuals") By contrast a Fortune interview Schlender did with Jobs and Bill Gates in 1991 gets 13 pages Whatever its faults Isaacsons book at least dug up the telling details: in his account of the marriage we learn that Jobs was still agonizing over an ex-girlfriend; that he had a hilariously abortive bachelor party; that he threw out the calligrapher who was hired to do the wedding invitations ("I cant look at her stuff Its shit"); and that the vegan wedding cake was borderline inedible Jobs was famously unintrospective but Schlender and Tetzeli seem almost as incurious about his inner life as he supposedly was Jobs birth parents were 23 when they conceived him then they gave him up for adoption; when he was 23 Jobs abandoned his own first child It takes a determinedly uninterested biographer not to connect those dots or at least explain why they shouldnt be connected We hear a lot about what Jobs did and some about how he did it but very little about why Jobs was a man of towering contradictions: he identified deeply with the counterculture but spent his life in corporate boardrooms amassing billions; he made beautiful products that ostensibly enabled individual creativity but in their architecture expressed a deep-seated need for central control Maybe making educated guesses about a major figures private life is unseemly or quixotic but thats the game a biographer is in Ultimately theres no point in comparing Steve Jobs and Becoming Steve Jobs because the latter book isnt really a biography at all much less a definitive one A more interesting question might be why has the story of Steve Jobs become so important to us And why is it such contested territory Hes also the subject of a scathing new documentary by Alex Gibney and an upcoming biopic written by Aaron Sorkin Was Jobs to use Schlender and Tetzelis terminology an asshole or a genius or some mysterious fusion of the two Its as if Jobs life has become a kind of totem a symbolic story through which were trying to understand and work through our own ambivalence about the technology he and his colleagues made which has so thoroughly invaded and transformed our lives in the past 20 years for good and/or ill Apples products are so glossy and beautiful and impenetrable that its difficult to do anything but admire them But about Jobs at least we can think different Read next: Becoming Steve Jobs Shares Jobs Human Side Listen to the most important stories of the day Contact us at [email protected] we missed his contribution at that time, there are a lot of examples of serious injuries that are developed from those hits,40pm local time, Justin Timberlake came to Minneapolis ready to make a splash. including developing new tools for early detection.

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