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5 Amazing Steve Jobs Predictions on the Future



Steve Jobs has been one of the most popular business leaders in the history of the technology industry . Under his leadership, Apple grew to become one of the most important companies in the world.

He was born for it. He was demanding, intelligent, insightful and very good giving speeches. Steve Jobs knew exactly what customers needed, and he had a great vision for the future. In other words, he was a genius.


Here are 5 Steve Jobs predictions about the future . Predictions that, of course, have been fulfilled.

1983: Apple will create an iPad


It is surprising to see how Steve Jobs already had in mind the idea of ​​the iPad for more than 30 years.

"WE WILL CREATE A COMPUTER THE SIZE OF A BOOK THAT YOU CAN TAKE WITH YOU. IT WILL BE WIRELESS AND YOU WILL NOT NEED TO CONNECT TO OTHER COMPUTERS USING CABLES. "

1983: The virtual assistant Siri


Another of Steve Jobs' most interesting predictions was the creation of a virtual assistant capable of understanding our language.

"VOICE RECOGNITION IS SOMETHING THAT WILL TAKE US OVER A DECADE. THE IMPORTANT THING WILL NOT BE TO RECOGNIZE ONE'S OWN VOICE, BUT TO GET A CORRECT UNDERSTANDING OF LANGUAGE, WHICH IS MUCH MORE DIFFICULT. "

1985: Everyone will have a computer at home


On February 1, 1985 Steve Jobs predicted that everyone would have a computer at home, and that the reason would be Internet.

"THE REASON PEOPLE WILL BUY A COMPUTER FOR THEIR HOME WILL BE TO LINK IT TO A NATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK."

2003: About iTunes Music Store and e-commerce


Steve Jobs knew the reach of iTunes, a platform launched in 2003, and knew that people would rather buy music in digital format through e-commerce.

"THROUGHOUT HISTORY IT WILL BECOME A TURNING POINT IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY."

2007: The iPhone will be a revolutionary product


At the presentation conference of the first iPhone, Steve Jobs predicted that this product would be one of the most revolutionary in the history of technology. And so it has been. It changed the world.

"EVERY ONCE IN A WHILE, A PRODUCT ARRIVES AND CHANGES EVERYTHING ... APPLE HAS BEEN VERY FORTUNATE TO BE ABLE TO INTRODUCE SOME OF THESE PRODUCTS TO THE WORLD."

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In addition, back in 2011, Steve Jobs also talked about the end of Adobe Flash, commenting that it was obsolete software that slowed down the process of operating systems. And there was a reason! Do not miss it!

Via | La Vanguardia, Cribeo

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