The late Steve Jobs is hailed by many as a secular saint. But history may prove a harsher judge
The Apple co-founder's father was born in Homs, Syria
The film has been dropped by over 2,000 cinemas in the US
Michael Bywater thinks not... and not just because of his charm, his tantrums, and his insistence on rounded rectangles
Unconventional biopic loses its way after a dynamic start with Jobs portrayed more and more as a messiah
Winslet says she found the segment 'extremely funny'
'Since the very beginning, Laurene Jobs has been trying to kill this movie, OK?'
Sir Jonathan became the latest associate of his former colleague to criticise the film
Specific criticism was levelled at the app dock on an iPhone 6s Plus in landscape mode, which pops up on the right of the screen and is stubbornly unreachable by an outstretched left thumb
'Jobs', which stars Michael Fassbender (pictured above), is due for release in October
Behold! The body part being compared to the self-comparing rapper
Magdalene Abraha wonders whether it's it better to follow your dreams, or to settle for a boring career that puts food on the table
'I suspect a lot of what was wrong with the film came from Ashton's own image of Jobs,' Wozniak said
The Steve Jobs biopic starring Ashton Kutcher is being rushed out by studios as the iOS interface the Apple founder pioneered changes forever.
The stock market took a few bites out of Apple this year; share prices dropped to a low of $385 in April, and performance has been rocky since. So last night's WWDC keynote came with added expectation. Did it deliver?
Model used to belong to major league baseball player Fred Hatfield