A decade ago, Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone, changing the face of consumer technology. Both Jobs and his company are often revered, but there's a disturbing dark side to both.
Nearly a decade ago today, Steve Jobs stood on a stage in San Francisco and unveiled the first iPhone, a moment which birthed an imminent ‘death of the PC’ and the rise of the smartphone selfie (the original selfie is at least a century old).
Jobs’ work and innovation on the iPhone and ensuing devices have catapulted him to pop cultural immortality, and for good reason: Jobs transformed multiple industries, from communication, to music, to video games.
But as with any great leader, neither Jobs nor his company came without flaws: