CUPERTINO (CNET) – In 1994, while at Next, Steve Jobs gave a 20-minute interview to the Silicon Valley Historical Association (SVHA) in which he spoke about his legacy. Interestingly, at that point, he expected that he and his accomplishments would be more or less forgotten within a few decades.
A clip from that interview has just been posted to YouTube for the first time this week to help promote the SVHA’s 60-minute documentary on Jobs, “Steve Jobs: Visionary Entrepreneur.”
“All the work that I’ve done in my life will be obsolete by the time I’m 50,” Jobs, still shy of his 40th birthday, says in the video below. “The Apple 2 is obsolete now, Apple 1s were obsolete many years ago, the Macintosh is on the verge of becoming obsolete in the next few years.”
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