Steve Jobs's love for Winnie-the-Pooh


Eddy Cue is in Daniel Patrick Moynihan court in the United States in Manhattan and is suing in the e-books antitrust case, sharing more information about the work and ideas developed during the creation of the iBooks before their official launch. in 2010.

Cue revealed that Steve Jobs, then Apple CEO, chose to give a free copy of the Winnie-the-Pooh book to any user of the app not only because he liked the book, but because his colorful images were suitable for him. present the capabilities of digital e-books in the iBooks application

"It had beautiful color drawings that had never been seen before in a digital book," Cue said, and of course Apple's new iPad was the perfect device to read them on. Cue also revealed that Jobs has chosen to demonstrate Ted Kennedy's True Compass memoir on stage during the iPad event because the Kennedy family "meant a lot to him."

Also, Jobs worked very hard on implementing the app, and his own was a concept for the feeling created and the animation in page rotation with the familiar "diploma" of the page.


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