That's just one of the reasons why a lot of people would like to peep into the life of this private being, and a fact it is that a few unauthorized biographies about Steven Paul Jobs have already been released. But not a single "official" one.
That's about to change in early 2012, when iSteve: The Book of Jobs, is scheduled to be published. The author of the book, Walter Isaacson, is a former senior executive at CNN and Time, and has written best-selling books about such notable innovators in their respective fields as Benjamin Franklin and Albert Einstein.
He has been working on iSteve: The Book of Jobs since 2009, and the book is to offer interviews from Jobs himself, his family, Apple co-workers and competitors.
Love him or loathe him, Steve Jobs has contributed immensely to the high-tech-driven modern world we live in, and this book is sure to be one very, very interesting read.
source: ABC via Gizmodo