The magnifying glass of history is beginning to focus on the life of late Apple founder, Steve Jobs. The authorized biography on his life is also set for release Oct. 24. In the book, titled simply, Steve Jobs, the mercurial inventor seems to have almost timed the release of the 656-page book by former Time editor Walter Isaacson to coincide with his passing.
Isaacson also penned tomes on Albert Einstein and Henry Kissinger and was given free hand in every aspect of Jobs’ life.
Jobs died Oct. 5 after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 56.