Apple CEO Steve Jobs has finally agreed to participate in a book about his life. Even though there are many unauthorized biographies of Steve, all of us want to know what his driving force, inspiration from his own words.
According to ABC News, Simon & Schuster will be publishing Walter Isaacson’s "iSteve: The Book of Jobs" in early 2012. Isaacson has been working on the long-rumored biography since 2009 and has interviewed Jobs, members of his family, colleagues at Apple and competitors.
Jobs, 56, has had numerous health problems and announced in January that he would take his third leave of absence in seven years. During that time, he has survived a rare but curable form of pancreatic cancer and undergone a liver transplant. He appeared at a press conference in early March to announce the iPad 2.