Steve Jobs NeXT, OpenStep and the return of Steve Jobs to Apple By DriennySlinia / October 30, 2012 How all began… Fifteen years ago today: MACWORLD EXPO in San Francisco — January 7, 1997 Video Rating: 4 / 5 You may also like Microsoft SteadyState Leaves Institutions in Unsteady State Alternative Freeware to the Rescue By TheardSherburn495 / July 25, 2013 Ad guru Lee Clow talks Steve Jobs and Apple at PTTOW media summit By PikulaMoravick681 / June 17, 2013 What You Can Learn From Steve Jobs By sinyexilleree / June 17, 2013 The Lost 1984 Video young Steve Jobs introduces the Macintosh By DriennySlinia / June 5, 2013 Steve Jobs inspirational Quotes: Follow Yur Heart By maddjuct72 / June 4, 2013 Post navigation NetClarity to Display at Data Connectors Tech-Security Conference in OrlandoBeaulieu monkey puzzle 18 thoughts on “NeXT, OpenStep and the return of Steve Jobs to Apple” the man in the turban is a sikh, (NOT muslim if you was thinking that!) and steve jobs wasn’t uncomfortable because of him, he went to india for a whole YEAR and met and saw plenty of Sikh people with turbans! Just read his bio! FS! Log in to Reply No, Johnny Ive came up with the iMac, steve even said it himself in an interview at All things D. Steve were the only one who saw the greatness and potential of his design, and so they went with his design. Log in to Reply before there were Android (AOSP) and iOS, there was NeXT Log in to Reply estoy impresionado con la biografia oficial de Steve Jobs, a partir de ahora me enamore de apple .! Log in to Reply Recommend: Apple iPhone 4S (Latest Model) 16GB (Unlocked) Brand new Price:$320 Samsung Galaxy Tab GT-P6800 16GB Wi-Fi 3G 7.7in Price:$350 Apple iPad 3rd 32GB Wi-Fi 4G (AT&T) 9.7in White Price:$390 LED 3D HDTV: Panasonic 65-inch 3D LED HDTV Price: $460 Apple MB543LL/A MacBook Price: $350 All-in-One PCs：Apple MB417LL/A iMac w/ 20″ display desktop Price:$320 Canon EOS 60D Digital SLR Camera 50mm 18-55mm Price:$360 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Purchase online Website is: FUUshop.com Log in to Reply 16:18 ; and here is how to keep them clear; be strong enough to face the oversights when you see them. Log in to Reply 14:20 the top-down, and proof that the Intel migration was not supposed to be a surprise for 2005. Log in to Reply I guess this was right after Amelio got Steve on board again … and right before he got kicked out “by” Steve… Log in to Reply what happened at 43:25 ? Log in to Reply Gil Amelio and the guy with the 20th anniversary mac still need practice in presenting, can’t believe this all happens because their a technical issues Log in to Reply That guy clapping on stage into the microphone is annoying as fuck. Log in to Reply This was weird. It is not included in the official Apple podcasts. I thought I saw them all. Interesting to me how lots that mostly Gil said didn’t happen, but it seems it was all part of Steve’s plan to basically substitute MacOS with NEXT. Log in to Reply Here are talking about MAC. apple still dind’t get that goal. Mac OS is not the most used OS -_-. Log in to Reply at that time Windows 95 was the KING. Log in to Reply Is that Gil? His presentation style is awful, look at him leaning against that podium.. Log in to Reply According to Steve’s biography, Gil refused to practice his presentation/speech and this is why he fumbled around the whole time. Log in to Reply Honestly I dont care that much. I want a kernel that works. Windows 7 is much better than Win used to be but still Mac works better for my musical needs. I can say thanks to Bill for his multiplication vision over Steve`s high end system one. I am glad Apple chose MACH. Log in to Reply There’s only 2 commercial/”know it by everyone” pc kernels in this world… unix based and windows nt… be unique they said.. well at least microsoft is unique Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.