“Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview” Now Available In U.S. iTunes

More than six months after it was released in select theaters, Robert Cringely’s “lost” Steve Jobs interview is now available in the U.S. iTunes. “Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview” consists of footage originally filmed in 1995 for the PBS series “Triumph of the Nerds.” Only 10 minutes of the interview was actually used in the series, while the rest of it was assumed to be lost. It was later found in the director’s garage and the original tape was cleaned up and restored.

The interview covers a wide range of topics including the famous Blue Box that Steve Wozniak and Jobs built early on in their careers, the future of the personal computer and Jobs’ vision for his company NeXT, which he was running at the time the interview was filmed.

Head over to iTunes to rent “Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview” for only $3.99.

Source: The Next Web

Kaylie lives in Ottawa and got her first Mac in 2007 and is now a fan for life.