In the few months since his untimely death, we've learned that Apple's Steve Jobs had aspirations for products far beyond personal electronics. Now J Crew CEO and Apple board member Mickey Drexler has revealed that Jobs had dreams about building an iCar.
Most people are familiar with Apple's famous '1984' commercial that introduced the Macintosh, but hidden until now is this World War II style epic that was filmed later that same year for an Apple employee event in Hawaii.
Did you know that Steve Jobs, ruthless perfectionist and ex-Apple CEO was also a total Willy Wonka fan? So much, in fact, that he wanted to cosplay as Wonka and personally freak out treat the millionth iMac buyer.
Steve Jobs parodies used to sell non-Apple products are on the rise, and we should probably get used to that sort of thing. But as loyal techies we should insist that these parodies never be as lame as the latest one to emerge from Taiwan.
Sorry to burst your iBubble, but that Steve Jobs action figure is not getting made. After receiving legal threats from Apple and Jobs' family for using the late Steve's likeness, Tandy Cheung, the guy who sought to mass produce the figures is calling it quits.
About a year ago we showed you the first Steve Jobs action figure that seemed geared toward humor. Now that the iconic Apple founder has passed away a new figure has been produced that offers a more reverent approach.
If you were one of those Apple fans who believed Steve Jobs had near supernatural powers of product insight, you might identify with this new video that shows the late CEO as an anti-Android, lightsaber-wielding angel of death.
Check out the infographic below for a timeline of the life and work of Steve Jobs....
Since the death of Steve Jobs earlier this week we've seen all manner of spontaneous Apple store tributes and testimonials from many of his peers and competitors. But now in the next phase of memoriam, one group has delivered what may be the most perfect Jobs portrait ever.
The news of the death of Steve Jobs hit the tech world hard, but it may have hit fans of Apple products even harder. As the news trickled out across the globe, spanning various time zones, Apple lovers spontaneously began to congregate at Apple stores in a number of countries in an amazing display of respect for the visionary business leader.