How much do you know about the quixotic mastermind behind Apple? The black turtleneck and jeans, the theatrical key note speeches and his legendary temper are just a small part of the story.
Jobs was born on Feb. 24, 1955 in San Francisco.
Jobs dropped out after only a semester.
Jobs worked at Atari after dropping out of college.
Jobs created a circuit board for the game "Breakout."
Jobs founded Apple with Steve Wozniak, whom he met through the Homebrew Computer Club in the mid-'70s.
Jobs got a five-minute standing ovation when he unveiled the first Mac at a raucous press conference on Jan. 24, 1984.
After a power struggle at Apple, Jobs left in May 1985 and founded NeXT, another computer company.
Apple bought NeXT in 1996. Jobs was soon made interim CEO and then permanent CEO in 2000.
In 1986, Jobs bought the company that was to become Pixar for $10 million. In 2006, Disney bought it for $7.4 billion.
Jobs did wear a suit and bowtie to unveil the original Mac in 1984, but he's most famously known for sporting a black St. Croix mock turtleneck, Levi's 501s and New Balance sneakers.