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Lifetime Of Steve Jobs Infographic

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Visionary, risk-taker, orphan… The late Apple CEO Steve Jobs was a lot of things.

We're probably not the only ones to imagine his turtlenecked ghost being present during the mega brand's latest launch this week. Like it or not, he is Apple, and now you can see just how he gained icon status.

This natty infographic takes you on a whistle-stop tour of his life, stopping off at key moments like the time he tried hallucinogenics and the time he tried to be an astronaut (though not while still under the influence).

Scan below to see the full story of Jobs’ life...

[Via Design Taxi]

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