Tonight on 60 Minutes, Walter Isaacson, the man handpicked by Steve Jobs to write his biography—which is in stores tomorrow—took viewers on a walk through the life of the man who co-founded Apple and changed the landscape of computers, music, and movies forever. Sharing personal anecdotes and never-before-seen family photographs, we get a sense of what the man behind the legend was really like. We learn how he felt about being adopted, why he never met his biological father, the origin of his intense attention to detail, and why Apple products don't have off/on switches. Watch the first part above and the second part below.
[via 60 Minutes]