Apple co-founder Steve Jobs smiles after a press conference as he opens the Apple Expo in Paris in 2005. Since his death in 2011, Jobs has been the subject of documentaries, books, a film, even a graphic novel. Now the technology pioneer is the focus of an opera, “The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs.”
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs smiles after a press conference as he opens the Apple Expo in Paris in 2005. Since his death in 2011, Jobs has been the subject of documentaries, books, a film, even a graphic novel. Now the technology pioneer is the focus of an opera, “The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs.” Christophe Ena AP
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs smiles after a press conference as he opens the Apple Expo in Paris in 2005. Since his death in 2011, Jobs has been the subject of documentaries, books, a film, even a graphic novel. Now the technology pioneer is the focus of an opera, “The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs.” Christophe Ena AP

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