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‘Becoming Steve Jobs’ is one of those books that people will have opinions about before they even read it. In the run up to publication, both tacit and explicit support from Apple has raised it to the status of the book you need to read about the man and cast Walter Isaacson’s official biography as a poorly-rendered, partial portrait. If you’ve read Isaacson’s book or the many others that came before and after it, you’ll be familiar with the Jobs origin story: his early years, the beginning of Apple, the development of original the Macintosh and his eventual ousting from…

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