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Steve Jobs Dreamed for Reinventing Television, Textbooks and Photography!
Steve Jobs was a tech legend and an absolutely visionary person of the tech history. Jobs dreamed for reinventing Television, Textbooks and Photography by introducing remarkably new and fresh concepts, as revealed by Walter Isaacson, the biographer of best seller “Steve Jobs”, in an interview with The New York Times.
Earlier, Isaacson had revealed by quoting Steve Jobs that he had “finally cracked TV” when he got the idea of a Siri-enabled Apple TV set with iCloud integration “the simplest user interface you could imagine”.
When the Steve Jobs biography was released worldwide, tech zones much rumored that Apple was continuously working hard to introduce its first Siri-enabled TV set by 2012 to win the television market now and a Siri-enabled TV also fits well on the expectations of Steve Jobs about a reinvented TV set in totality.
I didn’t go into details about these products in the book because it was implicitly Apple’s creations and it’s not fair to the company to reveal these details. But, he did talk about the television. He told me he’d “licked it” and once said, “There’s no reason you should have all these complicated remote controls.”
Also, it would be quite worthy to note that Isaacson has also noted that beyond television, Jobs was also seeking to reinvent textbooks and photography as his next innovation.