The one and only authorized biography of the Apple founder is a result of dozens of interviews conducted by author Walter Isaacson with the tech icon himself. Steve Jobs is a candid portrait of the creative entrepreneur and his life's work — creating products for Apple.
From the Apple II to the iMac and the iPhone, Isaacson chronicles Jobs's changing views about technology, relationships, and spirituality. He describes the Apple founder's duality: his genius, his compassion, but also his relentless desire for perfection. It's difficult not to feel emotional reading the biography, as it was released just one month after Steve Jobs's passing. Although the book is over 600 pages, it is a gripping read worth the time of anyone who has ever touched an Apple product.