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Steve Jobs: iGenius (2012)

Steve Jobs: Visionary Genius (original title)
Steve Jobs was the modern day Thomas Edison! From his ground breaking i-phones, i-pads and i-pods to paternity issues and finding the sister he never knew, this program will delve into the ... See full summary »

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Steve Jobs was the modern day Thomas Edison! From his ground breaking i-phones, i-pads and i-pods to paternity issues and finding the sister he never knew, this program will delve into the life of one of the greatest innovators and geniuses of all time. Written by Vision Films [us}

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The usual retelling of news-headlines
26 June 2016 | by peter-400-501642See all my reviews

This is one of many (perhaps too many) documentaries about Steve Jobs, that mainly describes what happened to Apple Computer from 1977 to 2011 ... If you haven't seen any documentary, and have never heard about the birth of the Machintosh, or Steve Jobs' absence from Apple, then perhaps this documentary is for you. However, it brings absolutely nothing new to the story, and is mostly a long list of newspaper headlines, backed by publicly available image material, interspersed by not interviews, but soundbites by unknown people, who really likes Apple and Steve Jobs.

In some ways it feels like an Apple commercial, like when even though the 2008-options backdating scandal is mentioned, it is quickly glossed over, as Steve Jobs "didn't understand the technicalities of the stock market" ... In other ways is feels like a religious cult celebrating itself, with praise disguised as documentary.

Basically a waste of time, if you have seen just one Jobs/Apple documentary.


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