Steve Jobs Final Words

October 31, 2011 by staff 

Steve Jobs Final Words, Mona Simpson, an author and sister of Steve Jobs biological, said her brother’s last words were “Oh, wow. Oh wow. Oh wow” in an October 16 pronounced that panegyric was published Sunday in The New York Times.

Simpson remembered the man who first learned when she was 25, lives in New York and works in a small literary magazine. A lawyer had reported a lost brother rich and famous.

She also recalled his life philosophy: “Fashion is what looks beautiful, but now it looks ugly then, art can be ugly at first, but later becomes beautiful.”

Jobs, in view of Simpson, was a romantic, often worry about the love life of his co-worker and was a consummate matchmaker. “I thought that love happened all the time, everywhere,” he said.

Jobs eventually became ill.

Apple Inc. co-founder died of respiratory failure due to pancreatic cancer. that had spread to other organs at age 56 surrounded by family members. Apple did not disclose the cause of his death, but Jobs had been in poor health for several years.

“Eventually, even the ordinary pleasures like a good peach, no longer appealed to him,” he recalls.

Simpson recalled his final time with her family looking work.

“Before embarking, he had looked at her sister Patty, then for a long time for their children, then his life partner, Laurene, and then over his shoulders in front of them,” he said. “Steve last words were, ‘Oh wow. Oh wow. Oh wow.’”

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