What's /g/'s opinion on him?
Was he truly the greatest innovator?
Did Apple truly die after he left?
What would he think of the iPhone 6/6s, Apple Watch, iPad Pro, etc.?
discussion on his new biopic movie allowed too
>What's /g/'s opinion on him?
I don't know about /g/, but here's my opinion about him.
I believe he was a passionate man who loved his work. He's a self-made man.
I don't really like the guy, but I respect him.
>Was he truly the greatest innovator?
Not at all.
He didn't invent shit. But Goddamn, he knew how to sell anything he touched. I'm pretty sure he could have sold eyeglasses to blind guy.
Jobs marketing philosophy was that when a customer enters your store, he doesn't know what he wants. You, the seller, just have to create the need. And that's exactly what Jobs did.
>Did Apple truly die after he left?
Not really. I'm sure Jobs gave instructions.
They might might running out of them though.
He stole other people's ideas and then used his immense fortune to bully them into submission. It's the embodiment of everything liberals hate and yet they idolize him as a god because he pandered to them.
It's some Stockholm syndrome tier shit.
He was never an innovator. He was just good at selling old shit in a fancier package.
he didn't innovate or invent anything. He was a marketer and only that.
>Did apple truly die after he left?
Depends. Do you mean the quality dropped or the company is failing? Obviously if you meant if the company is failing the answer is no. If you meant a drop in quality, Apple products always were shit anyway, so there's no difference.
>what would he think
I don't know what he would think. On one hand the company is extremely successful, but on the other hand many products the company has announced have gone directly against what Jobs has stated before.