Steve Jobs Documentary [Full Length]

Steve Jobs Full Documentary The Game Changers is aired on Bloomberg on 14th of October 2010.

20 thoughts on “Steve Jobs Documentary [Full Length]

  1. The iPhone 5 wasn’t just created. They’ve probably been thinking of the design since the 4. There’s planning that goes into their designs and Steve wasn’t the one that governed all of that. It was Wozniak.

  2. This is the most “valuable” company today I’ve read. Yet NOBODY I know uses any Apple product. Seems “odd” to say the least. Without going into P/E ratio, tax status, contracts, etc…. ummm something stinks in Denmark. Let’s just say I will pass on in investing as I did on Facebook (doomed in the next 3yrs)…. Keep my money in REAL products like oil, gas, coal, REAL ESTATE, etc….. Thank you very much.

  3. So apple went down when they fired Steve…so do they really think they gonna survive with Steve gone…look at the iPhone 5 and the 4S tell me atleast 10 difference they did

  4. Don’t you get it? turgayakdogan is doing something which no one is doing today! Everyone is lazy and cozy delivering us this stinking 1080p but he gives us the 240p! It’s simple! It’s smart! It even runs on old computers of the late 90’s! That the meaning of “think different!” Go get the magnificent “i-240p” resolution today (it ships in different colors and themes)! 😉

  5. I possess a top spec ipod. I bought it for my dad in 2004. He didn’t know what to do with it and I don’t listen to music that way – so it’s never really been used (anybody want it?). But how did one man make me think that that decision to buy the thing – for my technophobe father no less – was absolutely the right thing to do at that time! Steve Jobs was a genius. He could create entirely new cultural dynamics through simple innovation. Those people come maybe once every two generations.

  6. Apple’s market cap today? About $550Billion. Biggest private company in the world in those terms. How does one person do that! Mind you, the largest state owned company in the world is Saudi Aramco, which is thought to be worth between $2.5 and $7 TRILLION. That makes it equal to the total annual economic output of somewhere between Britain and Japan. Go figure.

  7. Mac, ipod, iphone and ipad anyone with money chould do it but… steve jobs was thinking diffrent and now he re invented technology for all time and for me he is a legend

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