How Steve Jobs got his start

Apple CEO Steve Jobs holds a new mini iPod at Macworld on January 6, 2004, in San Francisco.
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Forty years after the late Steve Jobs co-founded Apple, the world is still obsessed with the company's every move.

How did the tech visionary create such a lasting legacy? It all started with a young Jobs learning to tinker with electronics as a child.

Here's a comprehensive infographic created by Funders and Founders designer Anna Vital that explores Jobs' life and path to success.

Infographic source: Fundersandfounders.com