Steve Jobs never wanted fabricate Apple TV

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It has been several years since Apple co-founder Steve Jobs will leave its legacy of technology and design after the lost battle against pancreatic cancer. His story has become an inspiration to many entrepreneurs.

His autobiography written by Walter Isaacson became Best Seller in many bookstores in the world, yet always new books keep coming. This time the book in question is ‘Haunted Empire: Apple After Steve Jobs’ written by Yukari Kane Iwatane a exreportera the Wall Street Journal.

Steve Jobs never wanted fabricate Apple TV

Steve Jobs never wanted fabricate Apple TV

In this book say that in one of the meetings of the “Top 100” in mid-2010, Steve Jobs met as usual with the 100 most valuable employees of the bitten apple to introduce new products and the future of the company.

At this meeting one of the attendees asked to Jobs on the idea of making TVs with apple logo, to which the CEO responded:

No. The TV is a terrible business. No delivery and profit margins Suck

Apple TV was the commitment of the company to take advantage of the “living” but only as a Hobby, and now in the hands of Tim Cook technology company will decide whether or not to manufacture TVs.

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