On his deathbed, surrounded by their own, the last words of Steve Jobs, the man who revolutionized consumer computing, mobile, film animation, the music business and some other little thing, they were surprised :
“Oh, wow! Oh, wow, wow Oh! “
Apple CEO said before shutting down for good last October 5 .
Mona Simpson, sister of Steve Jobs and writer, said the final weeks of the life of his brother, spoke at his funeral and now published in the New York Times .
The writer met his biological brother Steve in 1985 and since then had a close relationship. Proof of this is that shortly before his death, Steve Jobs called Mona to say goodbye on the phone: “It will not give time, love.” Mona finally arrived on time and able to speak with his dying brother. This apologized for having to leave and unable to “grow old together.”
According to Walter Isaacson, author of the official biography , Steve Jobs spent the last months of his life in his family turned up for years he dedicated to his beloved apple.
Mona Simpson describes his brother as a businessman devoted to his work but also as a loving man:
“It was like a girl by the amount of time spent talking about love. Love was the supreme virtue, the god of gods. It went on and was concerned about the emotional life of the people who worked with him. “